In Oscar Wilde's "A Picture of Dorian Gray," Dorian Gray himself represents Narcissus. Both characters are prideful and self-absorbed. Wilde's story takes a similar turn as both conceited characters meet a tragic end.

"The story of an artist whose art killed him, a man who died the picture of perfection, and a cynic who outlived his more optimistic peers.this is the story of lust, love, and lies. " A depiction of the Picture of Dorian Grey.

“You will always be fond of me. I represent to you all the sins you never had the courage to commit.”  ― Oscar Wilde, from The Picture of Dorian Gray

Gift: Dorian and Basil by Endymiasyzygy on DeviantArt

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Dorian Gray (2009)

"The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde, adapted into a movie in Starring: Ben Barnes, Colin Firth, Rebecca Hall

The Picture of Dorian Gray (Barnes & Noble Leatherbound Classics Series)

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The Picture of Dorian Gray (Barnes & Noble Leatherbound Classics Series) Cover by Jessica Hische. Love this book!

This lovely lad would make a satisfying Deven, at least visually.  I'd have to see him with a sword.

Penny Dreadful's Reeve Carney Teases Dorian's Season Finale Transformation

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