I just finished reading The Picture of Dorian Gray. Thought I'd look around on here to see if there had been previous discussion, but I couldn't find much. This link doesn't seem to work . . . maybe 'cause it's from so long ago?
Originally Posted by oceanflower
In brief, I thought the book was entertaining, and it would be interesting to teach I think. But there are things about it that make it seem overdone, or something. Just too much and too obvious. The theme is so repetitive. Especially in the second half of the novel.
Edit: I found the old book club discussion, by the way.
"Use your natural powers - of persistence, concentration, insight, and sensitivity - to do work you love and work that matters." - Susan Cain, Quiet
"Understanding is a three edged sword." - Babylon 5