El retrato de Dorian Gray [NOOK Book]

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La novela cuenta la historia de un joven llamado Dorian Gray, retratado por el artista Basilio Hallward, quien queda enormemente impresionado por la belleza física de Dorian y comienza a encapricharse con él, creyendo que esta belleza es la responsable de la nueva forma de su arte. Charlando en el jardín de Basil, Dorian conoce a Lord Henry Wotton, un amigo de Basil, y empieza a cautivarse por la visión del mundo de Lord Henry. Exponiendo un nuevo tipo de hedonismo, Lord Henry indica que "lo único que vale la ...
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El retrato de Dorian Gray

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Overview

La novela cuenta la historia de un joven llamado Dorian Gray, retratado por el artista Basilio Hallward, quien queda enormemente impresionado por la belleza física de Dorian y comienza a encapricharse con él, creyendo que esta belleza es la responsable de la nueva forma de su arte. Charlando en el jardín de Basil, Dorian conoce a Lord Henry Wotton, un amigo de Basil, y empieza a cautivarse por la visión del mundo de Lord Henry. Exponiendo un nuevo tipo de hedonismo, Lord Henry indica que "lo único que vale la pena en la vida es la belleza, y la satisfacción de los sentidos". Al darse cuenta de que un día su belleza se desvanecerá, Dorian desea tener siempre la edad de cuando le pintó en el cuadro Basil. El deseo de Dorian se cumple, mientras él mantiene para siempre la misma apariencia del cuadro, la figura en él retratada envejece por él. Su búsqueda del placer lo lleva a una serie de actos de libertinaje y perversión; pero, el retrato sirve como un recordatorio de los efectos de cada uno de los actos cometidos sobre su alma, con cada pecado siendo expuesto como una desfiguración de su rostro o a través de un signo de envejecimiento.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788074841491
  • Publisher: e-artnow
  • Publication date: 10/6/2013
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Libranda
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,088,391
  • File size: 481 KB

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Oscar Wilde
Oscar Wilde nació el 16 de octubre, de 1854, en Dublín, Irlanda Su única novela: El retrato de Dorian Gray sigue siendo de rigurosa actualidad por su profunda temática. Además escribió en prosa otras obras inmemorables tales como La decadencia de la mentira, El fantasma de Canterville o El Príncipe Feliz y otros cuentos. Polémico y controvertido es sin duda uno de los grandes maestros de la literatura universal.
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    1. Also Known As:
      Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde (full name)
    1. Date of Birth:
      October 16, 1854
    2. Place of Birth:
      Dublin, Ireland
    1. Date of Death:
      November 30, 1900
    2. Place of Death:
      Paris, France

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