This outlook is tempting for many persons, including that of the title character, Dorian Gray. In contrast to Lord Henry is an artist named Basil Hallward, whom perceives Dorian to be his muse; serving as inspiration, and purpose. Basil has many moral traits including trust, compassion, and kindness. His infatuation with Dorian causes him to change his art and style, composing an exquisite painting of the young boy. Basil states, “the work I have done, since I met Dorian Gray, is good work, is the best work of my life…his personality has suggested to me an entirely new manner in art, an entirely new mode of style.
Boobs here, there and everywhere. I feel isolated. Life is so hard being a catholic priest.my life is one of pain. Boobs here, there and everywhere. I feel isolated.
Their relationship escalates quickly, so much so that Dorian Gray proposes to Sybil. As they are engaged, Sybil is unable to contain her love for Dorian. Her newfound passion leaves her unable to assume other characters on the stage, and as a result her talent diminishes. Disgusted at a terrible performance from Sybil after their proposal, Dorian berates her. Angrily, he tells her: “You have killed my love,” (Wilde 88).
The pain of a thousand knifes burning into my skin. I let a tear fall, then another, then the next until I realized what I'd been to naive to notice a few minutes ago. The man, the terrible man was gone so was the man with the pain in his eyes. My cuts were bandaged, zip ties gone, gag thrown onto the floor. There was a note.
His Physical attractiveness draws the attention of a very talented painter Basil Hallward. He decides to immortalize Dorian’s beauty and paints his portrait. In the meantime Dorian meets cynical nobleman, Lord Henry Wotton. Just like everyone else, Lord Henry is astonished by the prettiness and innocence of Dorian. Henry is a charming talker, and his views concerning beauty are the same as the views of other members of aristocracy.
Ha, they pluck out mine eyes.Will all great Neptune’s ocean wash this blood Clean from my hand? No, this my hand will rather The multitudinous seas incarnadine….” Macbeth’s emotions are everywhere. After he killed King Duncan he immediately regretted it as he explains that no water, not even Neptune’s ocean can wash the blood and guilt off his hands. Macbeth not only faced guilt but he also losses his sanity. Macbeth hallucinates Banquo’s ghost making him scared and on edge, “[to the Ghost].
The boy was asking me, "Why are you doing this?" I said I had no choice. After we killed him, they made us smear his blood on our arms. I felt dizzy. There was another dead body nearby, and I could smell the body.
Additionally, at first, he cherishes Dorian’s beauty more than he does his personality. As an artist, Basil is completely enamored by Dorian’s beauty, and he says, “what the invention of oil-painting was to the Venetians, the face of Antinous was to late Greek sculpture, and the face of Dorian Gray will some day be to me” (Wilde 12). Dorian’s beauty is greatly appreciated by Basil, and he is the one who makes Dorian realize his beauty and charms. Henry, being a part of the Victorian Society, values beauty too much. To him, beauty acts a sensory pleasure.
We where drug to a lieutenant. And we where in pure shock. My nose was crushed and bleeding non stop. Fivel's leg was torn apart like he was a dogs chew toy. Brandon- The lieutenant looked at us lying there and one word came from his mouth: Trash.
My own fear starts to tear my flesh and my mind is wrecked with despair. Callous machetes and guns are everywhere, all wet with my tribe’s blood. The sickening smell stings me and agitates my bodily functions. Every detail of this death scene is now etched into my brain. “Marie?