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El Retrato De Dorian Gray : Texto Completo, Con índice Activo (2013)
(eBook)


Published: [United States] : e-artnow ebooks : Made available through hoopla, 2013
Description:  1 online resource
ISBN/ISSN: 9788026802884 (electronic bk.), 8026802888 (electronic bk.),
Language:  Spanish


Este ebook presenta "El retrato de Dorian Gray ", con un sumario dinamico y detallado.Se trata de una novela que escribio Oscar Wilde, publicada en 1890. Se considera una de las ultimas obras clasicas de la novela de terror gotica con una fuerte tematica faustiana.La novela cuenta la historia de un joven llamado Dorian Gray, retratado por el artista Basilio Hallward, quien queda enormemente impresionado por la belleza fisica de Dorian y comienza a encapricharse con el, creyendo que esta belleza es la responsable de la nueva forma de su arte. Dorian conoce a Lord Henry Wotton, un amigo de Basil, y empieza a cautivarse por la vision del mundo de Lord Henry. Exponiendo un nuevo tipo de hedonismo, Lord Henry indica que "lo unico que vale la pena en la vida es la belleza, y la satisfaccion de los sentidos". Al darse cuenta de que un dia su belleza se desvanecera, Dorian desea tener siempre la edad de cuando le pinto en el cuadro Basil. El deseo de Dorian se cumple, mientras el mantiene para siempre la misma apariencia del cuadro, la figura en el retratada envejece por el. Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900) fue un escritor, poeta y dramaturgo irlandes. Wilde es considerado uno de los dramaturgos mas destacados del Londres victoriano tardio; ademas, fue una celebridad de la epoca debido a su gran y aguzado ingenio. Hoy en dia, es recordado por sus epigramas, sus obras de teatro y la tragedia de su encarcelamiento, seguida de su temprana muerte

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Wilde, Oscar, 1854-1900, author.
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