People’s Vanity And Beauty
The Picture of Dorian Gray, written by Oscar Wilde in the late 1800’s, reflects and comments on society holding true until today. By focusing on the actions of a very egocentrical character who thinks he can do whatever he wants because he is beautiful, Wilde highlights the things that are wrong in our society. Wilde’s main problem is people’s vanity, and hook up on ‘beauty’
Oscar Wilde Gave Us A Message
Oscar Wilde brings his message about Vanity and Beauty through three differnet places in the books structure: one through how people see Dorian, another how dorian sees himself, and third what ultimately happens to Dorian.