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Oscar Wilde: An Aesthetic Life | Cool History
 
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Start your free 30 day trial at http://audible.com/nerdyandquirky Filling out the ranks of tragic artists in Oscar Wilde: acclaimed author and LGBTQ+ icon. Learn more about his life in this episode of Cool History. WATCH MORE COOL HISTORY HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jND9DUcR6d4&list=PLrGvezF6Pokb4bSxCeJv6497ogx16cnp8 FOLLOW ME ONLINE: Twitter: https://twitter.com/nerdyandquirky Instagram: http://instagram.com/nerdyandquirky Facebook: http://facebook.com/nerdyandquirky SOURCES: http://www.biography.com/people/oscar-wilde-9531078 http://www.biography.com/news/oscar-wilde-facts-and-quotes http://www.irishcentral.com/roots/ten-ten-interesting-facts-about-irish-literary-legend-oscar-wilde-168254086-237526421 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_Alfred_Douglas#Later_life https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_Wilde https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Woman%27s_World Oscar Wilde edited by Karl Beckson http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/books/news/bosie-on-wilde-a-powerful-force-for-evil-who-sold-his-soul-to-the-devil-543896.html --------------------------------------------------------------------- Welcome to the joke under the fold, although this time not so much a joke but just one of Oscar Wilde's many sick burns: "Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go." ---------------------------------------------------------------------- This video contains a paid product mention for Audible.
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The Picture of Dorian Gray (sexuality, petty looks, and politics)
 
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G'Day internet, Aah, it's good to be covering Gothic Horror again. I have a feeling that this one is seriously going to backfire on me, and not just because I admit that I'm completely depraved. For those of you who don't know: hedonism is the practice of seeking out sensual pleasures. There are two types. Ethical Hedonism is the idea that our only moral obligations are to ensure that the maximum amount of people have the maximum amount of positive experiences, whether they be emotional or sensual. It's essentially an expansion of utilitarianism. The second kind is "Dorian Gray style" new hedonism, that is complete and utter depravity and self-indulgence disregarding the well-being of all other people around you. I, for one, prefer ethical hedonism. Gosh, I'm so alone. Have a nice day, internet, Nick P.S. Fuck, I have no good thumbnails to choose from!
Views: 12092 CloudCuckooCountry
What is AESTHETICISM? What does AESTHETICISM mean? AESTHETICISM meaning, definition & explanation
 
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What is AESTHETICISM? What does AESTHETICISM mean? AESTHETICISM meaning - AESTHETICISM pronunciation - AESTHETICISM definition - AESTHETICISM explanation - How to pronounce AESTHETICISM? Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Aestheticism (also the Aesthetic Movement) is an intellectual and art movement supporting the emphasis of aesthetic values more than social-political themes for literature, fine art, music and other arts. This meant that Art from this particular movement focused more on being beautiful rather than having a deeper meaning - 'Art for Art's sake'. It was particularly prominent in Europe during the 19th century, supported by notable figures such as Oscar Wilde, but contemporary critics are also associated with the movement, such as Harold Bloom, who has recently argued against projecting social and political ideology onto literary works, which he believes has been a growing problem in humanities departments over the last century. In the 19th century, it was related to other movements such as symbolism or decadence represented in France, or decadentismo represented in Italy, and may be considered the British version of the same style. The British decadent writers were much influenced by the Oxford professor Walter Pater and his essays published during 1867–68, in which he stated that life had to be lived intensely, with an ideal of beauty. His text Studies in the History of the Renaissance (1873) was very well regarded by art-oriented young men of the late 19th century. Writers of the Decadent movement used the slogan "Art for Art's Sake" (L'art pour l'art), the origin of which is debated. Some claim that it was invented by the philosopher Victor Cousin, although Angela Leighton in the publication On Form: Poetry, Aestheticism and the Legacy of a Word (2007) notes that the phrase was used by Benjamin Constant as early as 1804. It is generally accepted to have been promoted by Théophile Gautier in France, who interpreted the phrase to suggest that there was not any real association between art and morality. The artists and writers of Aesthetic style tended to profess that the Arts should provide refined sensuous pleasure, rather than convey moral or sentimental messages. As a consequence, they did not accept John Ruskin, Matthew Arnold, and George MacDonald's conception of art as something moral or useful, "Art for truth's sake". Instead, they believed that Art did not have any didactic purpose; it only needed to be beautiful. The Aesthetes developed a cult of beauty, which they considered the basic factor of art. Life should copy Art, they asserted. They considered nature as crude and lacking in design when compared to art. The main characteristics of the style were: suggestion rather than statement, sensuality, great use of symbols, and synaesthetic/ Ideasthetic effects—that is, correspondence between words, colours and music. Music was used to establish mood. Predecessors of the Aesthetics included John Keats and Percy Bysshe Shelley, and some of the Pre-Raphaelites. In Britain the best representatives were Oscar Wilde and Algernon Charles Swinburne, both influenced by the French Symbolists, and James McNeill Whistler and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The style and these poets were satirised by Gilbert and Sullivan's comic opera Patience and other works, such as F. C. Burnand's drama The Colonel, and in comic magazines such as Punch. Compton Mackenzie's novel Sinister Street makes use of the type as a phase through which the protagonist passes as he is influenced by older, decadent individuals. The novels of Evelyn Waugh, who was a young participant of aesthete society at Oxford, describe the aesthetes mostly satirically, but also as a former participant. Some names associated with this assemblage are Robert Byron, Evelyn Waugh, Harold Acton, Nancy Mitford, A.E. Housman and Anthony Powell. Artists associated with the Aesthetic style include James McNeill Whistler, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and Aubrey Beardsley. Although the work of Edward Burne-Jones was exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery which promoted the movement, it also contains narrative and conveys moral or sentimental messages hence it falls outside the given definition.
Views: 6695 The Audiopedia
The Picture Of Dorian Gray | TVD Style Trailer
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray Trailer Vampire Diaries Style Thanks for watching!!! Disclaimer: I do not own any of the audio or video used in this trailer. No copyright intended, this is for entertainment purposes only. All rights reserved to Panic! At The Disco, The Vampire Diaries, and The CW. It is fair use under US law. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for such purposes as criticism, comment, new reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in of fair use.
Views: 177 Kaycee Martel
The Picture of Dorian Gray: Part II Overview
 
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In this second video of my multipart series on Oscar Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray" I focus on themes, characters, point of view, imagery, and style. For a plot summary, here's Tia at Creative Liberties: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vL_bHop5Xc0 Dylan at bookswithdylan has some nice insights on Wilde's writing style: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osI1FSV2jxM&t=1s Here are the main editions I will be referring to in the series: "The Picture of Dorian Gray: An Annotated, Uncensored Edition," edited by Nicholas Frankel (Harvard University Press, 2011). Lavishly annotated and illustrated. Based on the typescript of the original, 13-chapter version that Wilde sent his editor at Lippincott's Monthly Magazine in 1890. "The Picture of Dorian Gray," performed by Michael Page (Brilliance Audio). Based on the 20-chapter version of Wilde's novel, first published in 1891 by Ward, Lock, and Co. This audio edition is available from the Brilliance Audio website and also on Amazon. (I located it on Amazon by going to the Kindle Store and entering "Whispersync" and the title of the novel. This allows you to sample the audio narration. I bought the Kindle version of the novel for $0.99 and the audio version for an additional $1.99.) "The Picture of Dorian Gray: Second Norton Critical Edition," edited by Michael Patrick Gillespie (Norton 2007). Contains the 1890 and 1891 versions of the novel. Includes a scholarly apparatus placing the novel in its larger context, with sections on likely influences, reviews of the original version by Wilde's contemporaries, and various interpretations of the novel. My choice of this novel was inspired in part by the 2017 Victober Challenge created by these brilliant booktubers: Kate Howe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdoTv_v565Q&t=5s Katie (Books and Things): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9BPnMI1DUDA&index=2&list=PLwzhV0NnND_exGNFkkLgLks1Mpv7TAgw_ Lucy (Lucy the Reader): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QSr3GZtdEkM&t=11s Ange (Beyond the Pages): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGmg0Bm_PK4&t=43s You can also find me on goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/69807121-reading-closely
Views: 72 Reading Closely
Dorian Gray Mean Girls Style
 
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"Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use." HAHA ye know liek LOL.... This was requested from my friend Kadaj2 @ YT, I asked her if she wanted me to do something with Dorian because it's like...the only movie I have in my computer until I steal some from her. But also I really like making videos of them, like crazy. This was kind of hard to do since I had to use the right clips to make either the voices and the sounds fit together and WHOA. I know some of the sounds I couldn't really make them fit, but oh well xD you still have the vid, and if you're not happy with it, DO ONE BETTER YOURSELF, BITCH. Enjoy, loosers ;)
The Picture of Dorian Gray Sims 2 style
 
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I dont own the song "the kill", because its on here, so yeah. I had to make a video of the picture of Dorian gray in 11th grade and I used it using the sims 2
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Gothic Fiction ASMR~ Dorian Gray Paints You
 
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The Picture of Dorian Grey CTA Style
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
Views: 20 Stephen Knott
The Vampire Diaries - Damon Salvatore (Dorian Gray Style)
 
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I´m a huge fan of Dorian Gray and after watching the trailer like 100 times I decided to connect this character somehow with Damon Salvatore. So this is my shoot. I CLAIM NO OWNERSHIP. ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THE OWNERS.
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Picture of Dorian Gray and Internalized Homophobia
 
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(I'm sorry that I'm reading this throughout) Ok, so I'm doing my EE about Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, and this is kind of to keep me straight. I'm using Nicholas Frankel's 2011 version, which is actually supposed to be the 1890 version that Wilde originally submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Now, after submitting this essay, the publishers immediately knew that the references to the homosexual leanings of the characters would be more controversial, and they edited out, like, a lot of stuff. There's specific words that are omitted are changed, and whole sections were struck out, especially some of the gayer things Basil says about his love for Dorian-his "worship" for Dorian. After this release, there was huge criticism, and Wilde completely changed his novel. He adds characters like Sybil Vane's mother and brother. The whole plot with Sybil's brother was nonexistent in the 1890 version- we barely cared about Sybil. The opium den scene is added- and I think these things really took away from Dorian Gray's actual message. And here's where my bit comes in. A lot of people seem to think that Dorian's portrait is changing because he's sinning, and the painting is showing the imperfections of his soul. I find that when I read the text, I see more evidence for internalized homophobia, and the effect that societal pressure from Victorian England is having on his psyche. And this novel is very gothic, kind of like novels like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, where there's this dual nature of humans and a split psyche and rational mind. And the picture represents the guilt on his psyche. I think that Henry and Basil also have dual natures (but too a lesser degree), because both experience homosexual attraction- Basil is obviously enamored with Dorian, and there's some hints at Henry's homosexual attraction to Dorian- they share a vacation house for a while, they walk arm-in-arm from the club, he and his wife basically have an agreement where they don't talk about their own personal sleepover friends, and he also has 27 photos of Dorian (which is reduced in the 1891 version, actually). Both are more open in this sort of queer friendly-interactive safe space that they seem to have set up with Dorian, so we, the readers, get to see into their souls. But they've got public masks which they put on. Henry has a cover wife, and Basil seems to be celibate, and refuses to show the painting of Dorian at first-to hide his love from the "prying eyes" of society. So in a way, we the readers get to see how society's negative view of homosexuality and sexuality affects the characters. Because of the viewpoint of the novel, I believe it leads readers more to assume that Dorian is a sinner because of the language he uses- when you're alone with Dorian and the portrait, it's Dorian's feelings that you're reading the story from. But I believe that Wilde is making Dorian think in that way because he's showing Dorian's guilt because of societal pressures. When you look at this novel, you also have to take into account that Wilde is a gay man (as we would think of him in the modern sense)- arguably a proud gay man. When he's on trial, he's actually asked his opinion on "The Love that Dare not Speak its name" (which references same-sex romantic love), from Lord Alfred Douglas' "Two Loves." And he defends it, calling it "pure," "perfect," misunderstood by society, and the "nobelest form of affection." So I think to interpret this book as a condemnation of homosexuality is wrong, and that it's more likely a book about gay guilt brought on by a very conservative Victorian society.
Views: 602 Eileen the Queen
Halloween Special! | The Picture Of Dorian Grey
 
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Halloween is almost upon us, and it's time for another look at some classic Gothic Horror fiction. After looking at the birth of the genre, we jump forward to the late Victorian era to review The Picture of Dorian Grey. Gothic Horror was the perfect vehicle to explore the pessimism of the end of the century, and Wilde's own thoughts on art and morality. Have you read The Picture of Dorian Grey? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below! ___ ►Unsure where to start with Classic Literature? Maybe this video will help! https://youtu.be/BsgGiHDiEDo ►If you want more classic and literary book content, be sure to subscribe! ►Don't miss a video, follow me on Tumblr over here: http://onebooktoanother.tumblr.com/ ►Music: Gloom Horizon by Kevin MacLeod http://incompetech.com/ Midnight in the Graveyard (Backing) by Twin Musicom http://twinmusicom.org
Views: 137 One Book To Another
Harry Styles「dorian gray」
 
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Views: 225 PennyElle
Dorian Gray/Sibyl style Twilight trailer
 
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I think you'll like it :) Ed - Dorian Bella - Sibyl Vane James - James Vane Bella's father - Henry
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Dorian Gray Trailer[Pirates of the Caribbean Style]
 
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I wanted so much to make a trailer with Pirates of the Caribbean Style! I didn't know which movie i should use until i remembered Dorian Gray. It is one of my favorite movies and the scenes fits good with real trailer.Maybe you don't know the movie so this is the story:After the death of his grandson, the naive and pure Dorian Gray returns to Victorian London, where he befriends the talented painter Basil Hallward and the corrupt Lord Henry Wotton. Basil paints Dorian's portrait and gives the beautiful painting to him while Henry corrupts his mind and soul by telling him that Dorian should seek pleasure in life. Dorian makes a deal with the devil, trading his soul to keep his beauty and youth, while his picture ages and displays the effects of his corrupt life. Dorian Gray travels abroad for many years and when he returns to London, his friends are aged while he is still the same. When Dorian meets Henry's daughter Emily Wotton, they fall in love and Dorian wants his life back. Dorian Gray:Captain Jack Sparrow Lord Henry Wotton:Hector Barbossa Emily Wotton:Angelica Sibyl Vane:Elizabeth Swann James Vane:James Norrington NOTICE:Jack threatens Angelica with sword not Norrington I hope everyone will enjoy it.I OWN NOTHING! If you believe it is good let me know it.
Views: 568 EleniMix1
Herbert Stothart scores - THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (1945)
 
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Although his style of scoring is rather lightly dismissed by some critics in comparison to that of some later MGM composers and orchestrators, Hebert Stothart's (1885-1949) adaptation and scoring of the background music in THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939), much of which he actually composed, is still considered a masterpiece. It won Stothart his only Oscar. This is only a clip of THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (1945), containing the opening titles music and first incidental music cue of the film's score. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0006307/
Views: 8861 PeterAndres18
Top 10 Oscar Wilde Quotes and Why He Said Them
 
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Top 10 Oscar Wilde Quotes and Why He Said Them Oscar Wilde was an Irish playwright, poet, writer, and wit who was an integral part of the fin de siècle group of artists who made up the Aesthetic movement of the late nineteenth century. As a young man, he attended Trinity College in Dublin, and then applied for, and won, a demyship at Magdalen College at Oxford University. There, he became a freemason, even though he was fascinated with Catholicism. It was at Magdalen College that Wilde came into his own, reading, writing, wearing his hair long, and refusing to conform to social norms. He decorated his rooms lavishly and entertained visitors almost daily. Text version: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-quotes-by-oscar-wilde.php Coming up: 10. "A little sincerity is a dangerous thing, and a great deal of it is absolutely fatal." 9. "The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it." 8. "All great ideas are dangerous." 7. "If you pretend to be good, the world takes you very seriously. If you pretend to be bad, it doesn't. Such is the astounding stupidity of optimism." 6. "We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars." 5. "Those who find ugly meanings in beautiful things are corrupt without being charming. This is a fault. Those who find beautiful meanings in beautiful things are the cultivated. For these there is hope. They are the elect to whom beautiful things mean only Beauty. There is no such thing as a moral or immoral book. Books are well written, or badly written. That is all." 4. "If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you." 3. "To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance." 2. "The public have an insatiable curiosity to know everything, except what is worth knowing." 1. "My wallpaper and I are fighting a duel to the death. One or the other of us has to go." Source/Other reading: http://www.amazon.com/Picture-Dorian-Gray-Oscar-Wilde/dp/0141439572%3FSubscriptionId%3D0G81C5DAZ03ZR9WH9X82%26tag%3Dingridbergm0d-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3D0141439572 http://www.amazon.com/Ideal-Husband-Rupert-Everett/dp/6305692696%3FSubscriptionId%3D0G81C5DAZ03ZR9WH9X82%26tag%3Dingridbergm0d-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3D6305692696 http://www.amazon.com/Ideal-Husband-Rupert-Everett/dp/6305692696%3FSubscriptionId%3D0G81C5DAZ03ZR9WH9X82%26tag%3Dingridbergm0d-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3D6305692696
Views: 74718 TopTenz
The Picture of Dorian Gray
 
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Under the Influence of Sin Dorian Gray style
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ASMR~ The Picture of Dorian Gray {Ch. 1}
 
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Trailer Dorian Gray (Naruto Style)
 
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Ecco il trailer di Dorian Gray ^^ Buon 2010!
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The Picture of Dorian Gray Audiobook - Chapter 19
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray Audiobook - Chapter 19 Full Playlist Here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLABB8sCGOVb7cZ6ESqV6wtJHHkiUDF8f9 For cheap Oscar Wilde Books check out http://www.comparebookprices.org
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Dorian Gray trailer/ Josh & Anna Style.
 
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Well, I love this film ^^
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Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde
 
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My review of The Picture of Dorian Gray. Bookish Links Website: http://www.climbthestacks.com/ Tumblr: http://climbthestacks.tumblr.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/climbthestacks Instagram: http://instagram.com/climbthestacks Request a Video: http://www.climbthestacks.com/request Personal Links Blog: http://www.ashleyriordan.com Podcast: http://ifeelbetterpodcast.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/ashleyriordan Instagram: http://instagram.com/ashleyhikes
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Oscar Wilde - The Picture of Dorian Grey inspired Make-up Tutorial - HD
 
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This is my re-creation of Dorian Grey, the protagonist of the famous novel "The Picture of Dorian Grey" by Oscar Wilde. Filmed in HD. And if you'd like to see how to re-create this for Halloween, tune in. Enjoy, rate, leave comments & subscribe for free. Facebook: www.facebook.com/anthonycookmua Instagram: Anthony_Cook_MUA Make-up Supplies for the SFX-Part: Liquid Latex ParisBerlin Liquid Matte Foundation in LMFO 1E25 Watercolour Make-up in black by Eulenspiegel (cheaper is Snazaroo) Grimas Watercolour Make-up in No. 504
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@DorianGray Teaser Trailer  / The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde, New Vision
 
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Upcoming Screenings: http://www.cclafilmfestival.com Los Angeles and in China From photographer turned filmmaker Joshua Malik, comes a new vision for Oscar Wilde's beloved classic "The Picture of Dorian Gray". This modern vision "@DorianGray" explores Dorian as a millennial in Los Angeles. Oscar Wilde is prolific in his abilities to predict the future. His original tale of Dorian Gray seems all to familiar as it is transported to Los Angeles with style. Wilde's old English gothic style blends seamlessly with modern aesthetic, themes, and social structure. Both Dorian and Wilde stand tall as timeless figures of social commentary, artistic endeavor, and unending famous intrigue. Enjoy this teaser of @DorianGray and hold on for a visual ride through a modern, gothic fairytale/nightmare that will make Oscar Wilde smile in his grave. Starring Shayne Pax as Dorian Gray, Harry Hains as Basil, and Greg Standifer as Henry
Views: 21397 Dorian Gray
basil x dorian - sign of the times
 
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dorian gray (2009)
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@DORIANGRAY TRAILER, OSCAR WILDE THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY MODERN VISION LOS ANGELES
 
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ALL MUSIC RIGHTS RESERVED FROM THE LEO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Stay updated for upcoming Screenings: Born Wilde, cclafimfestival.com in Los Angeles and in Second Asia International, China screenings From photographer turned filmmaker Joshua Malik, comes a new vision for Oscar Wilde's beloved classic "The Picture of Dorian Gray". This modern vision "@DorianGray" explores Dorian as a millennial in Los Angeles. Oscar Wilde is prolific in his abilities to predict the future. His original tale of Dorian Gray seems all too familiar as it is transported to Los Angeles with style. Wilde's old English gothic style blends seamlessly with modern aesthetic, themes, and social structure. Both Dorian and Wilde stand tall as timeless figures of social commentary, artistic endeavor, and unending famous intrigue. Enjoy this trailer for @DorianGray . Take a ride through a modern, gothic fairytale that will make Oscar Wilde smile in his grave. Starring Shayne Pax as Dorian Gray, Llysa Rie Iesaka as Sybil Vane, Harry Hains as Basil, and Greg Standifer as Henry
Views: 11559 Dorian Gray
THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 5
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 9
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
The picture of Dorian Gray
 
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TRAILER DORIAN (2009) full film : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDPo9P-Z_bo A FREE STYLE ADAPTATION OF THE BOOK THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY BY OSCAR WILDE. site Cesar: http://cesargananian.com/ site Gregorio: http://caixadesigno.wordpress.com/
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THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 11
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 1
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde (Trailer)
 
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http://www.abbeytheatre.ie 'I represent to you all the sins you have never had the courage to commit.' The Abbey Theatre presents Wilde's iconic fable, especially commissioned from leading theatre-maker Neil Bartlett for the 2012 Dublin Theatre Festival. A disturbing tale of a young man's uncanny ability to remain both young and beautiful while descending into a life of heartless debauchery, The Picture of Dorian Gray was considered proof of both Wilde's genius and his perversion. His scandalous best-seller of 1891 was one of the most damning pieces of evidence used against him in the trial that brought about his downfall. This new staging of his black-hearted masterpiece brings literature's most dangerous anti-hero back to contemporary theatrical life in Bartlett's trademark visual, flamboyant style. Neil Bartlett, one of Britain's most acclaimed and original theatre-makers, returns to the Abbey Theatre following the success of the award-winning An Ideal Husband in 2008. A theatre radical, Neil Bartlett's recent collaborations are at the forefront of international theatre making and include work with Complicite, Improbable, Lepage, Handspring (creators of Warhorse) and Artangel. What the critics say: '...Bartlett has a brilliantly contemporary understanding of Wilde' - The Irish Times '...an artist who can really change the way people feel' - The Observer Booking Details: Wednesday 3 October -- Saturday 17 November Previews: Thursday 27 September 2012 -- Tuesday 2 October Monday -- Saturday 7.30pm, Saturday matinee 2pm On the Abbey stage Assisted Performances: Sign language interpreted performance: Thursday 8 November Audio described and captioned performance: Saturday 10 November Matinee Club: Saturday 10 November Tickets available from €13 Book now at http://www.abbeytheatre.ie or call our Box Office on (01) 87 87 222 Video produced by Feenish Productions - http://www.feenish.ie/
Views: 13184 Abbey Theatre
Donald Trump picture
 
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the picture of Dorian Gray. Trump style!
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THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - The Preface
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 16
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
Le Portrait de Dorian Gray audio livre offert
 
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► Cliquez sur ce lien pour accéder au livre audio : https://amzn.to/2qX5vDd Par la magie d'un vœu, Dorian Gray conserve la grâce et la beauté de la jeunesse. Seul son portrait vieillira. Le jeune dandy s'adonne alors à toutes les expériences, s'enivre de sensations et recherche les plaisirs secrets et raffinés. "Les folies sont les seules choses qu'on ne regrette jamais", "il faut guérir l'âme par les sens, guérir les sens par l'âme". Oscar Wilde voulut libérer l'homme en lui donnant comme modèle l'artiste. Pour se réaliser, il doit rechercher le plaisir et la beauté, sous toutes ses formes, bien ou mal. L'art n'a rien à voir avec la morale. Dans une langue raffinée, l'auteur remet en question la société, le mariage, la morale et l'art. Ses propos sont incisifs et humoristiques. Ce livre scandalisa l'Angleterre victorienne, Oscar Wilde fut mis en prison pour avoir vécu ce qu'il écrivait. Au siècle suivant, Proust, Gide, Montherlant, Malraux ont contribué à la célébrité du génial écrivain. LES AVIS Les attentes concernant l'état du livre sont au rendez-vous. Pour de l'occasion, cela reste très intéressant. A recommander pour les autres lecteurs oscar wilde au sommet de son art, ce roman est un pur chef d'oeuvre dans sa construction, son intrigue, sa vision de la société victorienne et Wotton, quel bonhomme ! Bon livre pour les enfants qui sont au collège Pas très passionnant mais pour étudier c’est bien Chacun ses goût Langue magnifique même s'il faut s'habituer au style classique durant les premières pages. Les thèmes du théâtre, de la peinture, du combat entre beauté et vertu forment un fil rouge de ce roman. Les scènes alternent entre discussions de salons aristocrates et errance de nuit dans les banlieues britanniques. Une étrange part de fantastique retient le lecteur en suspens jusqu'à la fin. C'est aussi un roman philosophique, qui dérange souvent notre conscience... Belle aventure à lire un peu, beaucoup, passionnément, à la folie, absolument!
THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 17
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
Dorian Gray - Gliese Systems (Full Album 2018)
 
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❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂ Artist: Dorian Gray Album: Gliese Systems Release Year: 2018 Country: Italy Genre/Style: Deep Techno, Instrumental ❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂ TRACKLIST 01. Gliese 667 - 00:00 02. Telepathic Contact - 05:07 03. Red Dwarf’s Lights - 10:15 04. New Frontier - 16:33 05. Gliese 411 - 21:45 06. Blueminiscence - 26:55 07. The Vimana Traveler - 32:20 08. Connection Occurred - 38:38 ❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂ If you enjoy the music, please support the band/artist: https://doriangraymusic.bandcamp.com https://thegodsplanet.bandcamp.com/album/dorian-gray-gliese-systems https://soundcloud.com/morenomariotti https://www.facebook.com/DorianGrayTechno ❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂ Here are some other ways to support my channel: https://www.facebook.com/UnderratedAlbum https://www.instagram.com/UnderratedAlbums https://www.patreon.com/UnderratedAlbums https://spoti.fi/2IAb2eu ❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂❂ I do not own any copyrights to this music. If the artist, record label or any copyright owners thinks I'm a fucking asshole for putting this on Youtube, please let me know and I'll remove it. I only uploaded this because I want to spread something I liked, I have no intention on taking credit for someone else's hard work. #HighOnMusic #SupportTheArtist #UnderratedAlbums
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MR.  The DORIAN GREY
 
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THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 3
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
Dorian Gray Trailer // The Vampire Diaries Style
 
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Dorain Gray trailer Hope you like it :) No copyright intended, this is for entertainment use only! It is fair use under US law. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
Views: 310 Charlii15hampton
Dorian Gray Tango
 
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just another style I thought it would be nice for a Dorian vid... Film: Dorian Gray Music: The Masochism Tango, by Tom Leher I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THE IMAGES OR MUSIC, NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. THIS VIDEO WAS MADE JUST FOR FUN.
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THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 13
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 20
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.
My Voice Oscar Wilde Audiobook Short Poetry
 
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THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY by Oscar Wilde - FULL Audiobook - Chapter 18
 
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The Picture of Dorian Gray is an 1891 philosophical novel by writer and playwright Oscar Wilde. Oscar WILDE (1854 - 1900) Dorian Gray is the subject of a full-length portrait in oil by Basil Hallward, an artist who is impressed and infatuated by Dorian's beauty; he believes that Dorian’s beauty is responsible for the new mode in his art as a painter. Through Basil, Dorian meets Lord Henry Wotton, and he soon is enthralled by the aristocrat's hedonistic worldview: that beauty and sensual fulfilment are the only things worth pursuing in life. Understanding that his beauty will fade, Dorian expresses the desire to sell his soul, to ensure that the picture, rather than he, will age and fade. The wish is granted, and Dorian pursues a libertine life of varied and amoral experiences; all the while his portrait ages and records every soul-corrupting sin. First published as a complete story in the July 1890 issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, the editors feared the story was indecent, and without Wilde's knowledge, deleted five hundred words before publication. Despite that censorship, The Picture of Dorian Gray offended the moral sensibilities of British book reviewers, some of whom said that Oscar Wilde merited prosecution for violating the laws guarding the public morality. In response, Wilde aggressively defended his novel and art in correspondence with the British press. Wilde revised and expanded the magazine edition of The Picture of Dorian Gray (1890) for publication as a novel; the book edition (1891) featured an aphoristic preface — an apologia about the art of the novel and the reader. The content, style, and presentation of the preface made it famous in its own literary right, as social and cultural criticism. In April 1891, the editorial house Ward, Lock and Company published the revised version of The Picture of Dorian Gray. The only novel written by Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray exists in two versions, the 1890 magazine edition (in 13 Chapters) as submitted to Lippincott's Monthly Magazine, and the 1891 book edition (in 20 Chapters). As literature of the 19th century, The Picture of Dorian Gray is an example of Gothic fiction with strong themes interpreted from the legendary Faust. Summary adapted from wikipedia.org Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Picture_of_Dorian_Gray ►SUBSCRIBE to The Greatest Literature: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZHso3FEeHMv9bNRMbNF9_w Read by Bob Neufeld. This is a Librivox recording. All Librivox recordings are in the public domain. For more information or to volunteer visit librivox.org. This video: Copyright 2015. The Greatest Literature. All Rights Reserved.

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