Once considered too scandalous to publish, Oscar Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray" is the story of a young man who is granted his wish to have his portrait age in his place. But his resulting youthful handsomeness is exploited in hedonistic pursuits that horribly disfigure the once beautiful painting. The complexity and intrigue of the novel has led to its continued popularity for more than a century, the moral implications continuing to fascinate readers of today. "A Novel Journal: The Picture of Dorian Gray" allows readers and writers to interact with this classic novel in a new way, as they pen their own stories, thoughts, and dilemmas between the lines of Wilde's tale. In a font so tiny that it nearly disappears, the entire text of this novel serves as the page lines of this fun fan journal. Packaged in a luxurious heat-burnished cover with stunningly illustrated endpapers and a colored elastic band to close pages tight, this book is a great gift or collectible for admirers of Wilde's work
Oscar Wilde (October 16, 1854 - November 30, 1900) was an Irish writer and poet, who became one of London's most popular playwrights in the early 1890s.