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  • As they waited for Dorian Gray the next night,Lord Henry and Basil Hallward discussed Sybil Vane.Basil had not been happy at the news of Dorian's marriage plans. 'An actress!'he had cried.'But Dorian
    As they waited for Dorian Gray the next night,Lord Henry and Basil Hallward discussed Sybil Vane.Basil had not been happy at the news of Dorian's marriage plans.
    'An actress!'he had cried.'But Dorian is a gentleman,the grandson of Lord Kelso.He can't marry an actress.'
    'Why not?'Lord Henry had said coolly.'He'll love her wildly for six months,and then suddenly he'll be in love with another woman.It will be very amusing to watch.'
    But when Dorian arrived and told the story of his love,Basil became a little happier.'You're right,'he told Dorian.'The woman that you love must be wonderful.I can see already that she's changed you.'
    'Yes,'said Dorian happily,'yes,Sybil had changed me.From this moment I shall be good.I'll never listen again,Harry,to your dangerous ideas about life and pleasure.'
    Lord Henry smiled.'Ah,'he said,'when we are happy,we are always good,but when we are good,we are not always happy.'
    Basil Hallward shook his head at this,but Dorian laughd.'You cut life to pieces with your clever words,Harry.'
    The theatre was crowded and noisy,but when Sybil Vane appeared,everyone became silent.She was one of the most beautiful girds that Lord Henry had ever seen.'Lovely!Lovely!'he said softly.
    But although Sybil looked beautiful,her voice sounded unnatural.She spoke Juliet's words,but there was no feeling in them.Her voice was lovely,but it took away all the life from the words People in the theatre began talking loudly,and after half an hour Lord Henry stood up and put on his coat.
    'She's very beautiful,Dorian,but she's not an actress,'he said.'Let's go.'
    'I think that Miss Vane must be ill,added Basil.'We'll come another night.'
    Dorian did not look at them.'Go away.I want to be alone,'he said miserably,and as his friends left,he covered his face with his hands.
    When the play came to its painful edn,Dorian went to see Sybil.
    'I wasn't a very good Juliet tonight,'she said,and looked at him with love in her eyes.
    'You were terrible,'said Dorian coldly.'My friends were bored.I was bored.I suppose you were ill.'
    She did not seem to hear him.'Dorian,'she cried,'before I knew you,the theatre was my only life.I though that it was all true.I knew nothign but shadows,and I thought that they were real.But you've taught me the difference between art and life.How can I pretend to be Juliet-to feel Juliet's love,when I know now what true love is?'
    Dorian turned his face away from her.'But I loved you for your art-because you were a wonderful actress,'he said.'His voice was hard.You have killed my love.Without your art,you are nothing.I never want to see you again.'
    Sybil's face was white with fear.'You're not serious,are you,Doiran?'she asked.'She touched his arm with her small,gentle hand.
    'Don't touch me!'he shouted angrily.He pushed her away,and she fell to the floor and lay there like a broken bird.
    'Dorian,please don't leave me,'she cried.'I love you better than anything in the world.Don't leave me!'
    Dorian Gray looked down at her with his beautiful eyes.There was no love or gentleness in his face.'I'm going,'he said at last.'I don't wish to be unkind,but I don't want to see you again.'Without another word he left her.'
    All night he walked through the streets of London.When morning came,he went home.When he entered his house,he saw the portrait of himself that Basil Hallward had painted.There was smoething different about it,he thought.The face had changed-there was something unkind,and cruel about the mouth.It was very strange.
    He picked up a mirror and looked at his own face,and then looked again at the face in the portrait.Yes,it was different.What did this change me an?
    Suddenly he remembered his wish in Basil Hallword's house...his wish that he could stay young,but the picture could grow old.The idea was impossible,of course.But why did the face in the picture have that cruel,unkind mouth?
    Cruel!Had he been cruel to Sybil Vane?He remembered her white,unhappy face as she lay at his feet.But she had hurt him,too.No,Sybil Vane was nothing to him now.
    But the picture watched him,with his beautiful face and its cruel smile.It had taught him to love his own beauty.Would it also teach him to hate his own heart,his own soul?No,he would go back to Sybil Vane.He would marry her,try to love her again.Poor child!How cruel he had been to her!They would be happy together.
    He covered the picture and quickly left the room.
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  • A week later Dorian Gray was at his house in the country,where he had invited Lord Henry and several other friends.Among them was the pretty Lady Monmouth and her much older husband.Lady Monmouth was
    A week later Dorian Gray was at his house in the country,where he had invited Lord Henry and several other friends.Among them was the pretty Lady Monmouth and her much older husband.Lady Monmouth was amusing and clever,and seemed
     to like Dorian Gray very much.One afternooe,as they laughed and talked together during tea,Dorian went out of fetch a flower for Lady Monmouth's dress.Lord Henry smiled at Lady Monmouth.
    'I hope you're not in love with Dorian,my dear.He's very dangerous.'
    She laughed.'Oh,men are much more interesting when they're dangerous.'
    Just then they heard the sound of a heavy fall.Lord Henry ran out of the room and found Dorian lying unconscious on the floor.When Dorian opened his eyes,Lord Henry said,'My dear Dorian,you must take care of yourself.You're not well.'
    Dorian stood up slowly.'I'm all right,Harry.I'm all right.'
    As he dressed for dinner in his room,Dorian remembered what he had seen and cold fear ran through him like a knife.He had seen a face watching him at the window and he had recognized it.It was the face of James Vane.
    The next day he did not leave the house.In fact,for most of the day he stayed in the room,sick with fear.Every time he closed his eyes,he saw again the sailor's face.He tried to tell himself that he had dreamt it.Yes,it was impossible.Sybil Vane's brother did not know his name,and was probably on his ship at sea.No,of course he had not seen James Vane's face at the window.
    But the fear stayed with him,dream or no dream.
    Two days passed and Dorian grew less afraid.On the third day,a clear,bright winter morning,Dorian joined his friends on a shooting-party.With Lady Monmouth by his side,he walked to the edge of the forest where the men were shooting at birds and small animals.The cold air and the sounds and smells of the forest filled Dorian with happiness.Suddenly one of the men shot into the trees near them.There were two cries in the morning air-the cry of an animal and the cry of a man,both in pain.
    There were shouts and calls from the mean,and then a man's body was pulled from the trees.Dorian turned away in horror.Bad luck seemed to follow him everywhere.
    People began to walk back towards the house.Lord Henry came over to tell Dorian that the man was dead.
    Dorian shook his head.'Oh,Harry,'he said to slowly.'I feel that something terrible is going to happen to some of us-to me,perhaps.'
    Lord Henry laughed at this idea.'What could happen to you,Dorian?You have everything in the world that a man can want.Forget about this accident.It was just accident-not murder.'Then he added with a smile,'But it would be very interesting to meet a person who had murdered so mebody.'
    'What a terrible thing to say!'cried Lady Monmouth.'Don't you agree,Mr Gray?Mr Gray!Are you ill again?Your face is so white!'
    Dorian smiled and tried to speak calmly.'It's nothing'he said quietly.'But please excuse me.I think I must go and lie down.'
    Upstairs in his room Dorian's body shook with fear like a leaf in the wind.He felt that he could not stay another night in the house.Death walked there in the sunlight.He decided to return immediately to London and to visit his doctor.His servant came to pack his clothes,and while he was doing this,he told Dorian that the dead man was a sailor,but no one knew his name.
    'A sailor!'criedn Dorian.He jumped to his feet.A wild hope filled him'I must see the body at once.'
    He hurried to the house where the body lay,and when he uncovered the face of the dead man,he saw that it was James Vane.He cried with happiness,and knew that now he was safe.
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  • It was the ninth of November,the evening before his thirty-eighth birthday.Dorian Gray was walking home from Lord Henry's house when he saw Basil Hallward.He felt strangely afraid and tried to pretend
    It was the ninth of November,the evening before his thirty-eighth birthday.Dorian Gray was walking home from Lord Henry's house when he saw Basil Hallward.He felt strangely afraid and tried to pretend that he had not seen him,but
     Basil hurried after him.
    'Dorian!'he called.'What extraordinary luck!I'm catching the midnight train to Paris and I wanted to see you before I left.I'll be away from England for six months.'He put his hand on Dorian's arm.'Look,we're near your house.May I come in for a moment?I have something to say to you.'
    'Of course.But won't you miss your train?'asked Dorian lazily,as he walked up the steps to his door.
    'I have plenty of time.It's only eleven o'clock.'
    They went in and sat down by the fire.
    'No,my dear Dorian,I want to speak to you seriously,'Basil began.'I must tell you that people in London are saying the most terrbile things about you.'
    Dorian lit a cigarette and looked bored.'I don't want to know anything about it.It doesn't interest me.'
    'But it must interest you,Dorian,'said Basil.'Every gentleman is interested in his good name.Of course,when I look at you,I know that these stories can't be true.A man's face shows if his life is good or bad.But why does Lord Berwich leave the room when you enter in?Why does Lord Staveley say that no honest woman is safe with you?That young soldier,who was your friend-why did he kill himself?There was Sir Henry Ashton,who had to leave England with a bad name.And what about Lord Kent's son?What kind of life does he have now?'
    'Stop,Basil.You don't know what you are talking about,'said Dorian coldly.'Did I teach these people how to live their lives?And the people who tell thest stories-are their lives any better than mine?'
    'And there are other stories too,'continued Basil.'Are they true?Can your life really be so bad,so evil?You were a fine young man once,but now,when I hear these stories,I wonder...Do I know you at all?What has happened to the real Dorian Gary?I think I would have to see your soul before I could answer those questions.'
    'The real Dorian Gray?'asked Dorian quietly,his face white with fear.
    'Yes,'said the artist sadly.'But only God can see your soul.'
    A terrible laugh came from the younger man.'Come,Basil,'he cried.'Come with me!I will show you what only God can see.Why not?It's your own work.You've talked enough about evil.Now you must look at it.'
    He took Basil upstairs to the locked room.Inside,he turned to the artist,with smiling lips and cold,hard eyes.'You're the one man in the world who should know my secret.Are you sure that you want to?'
    'Yes.'
    'Then uncover that picture,Basil,and you will see my soul.'
    A cry of horror came from the artist when he saw the terrible face in the portrait.How could that evil and unlovely face be Dorian Gray's?But yes,it was.He went nearer to the picture.It could not be the portrait that he had painted.But yes,there was his name written in the corner.He turned and looked at Dorian Gray with the eyes of a sick man.
    'What does this mean?'he asked at last.
    'When you finished the protrait,'replied Dorian,'I made a wish...'
    'I remember,yes,'said Basil.'You wished that the picture could become old,and that you could stay young.But this...'He stared again at the picture.'This is impossible.And you told me that you'd destoryed the picture.'
    'I was wrong.It has destoryed me.'
    'My God,Dorian!'cried the artist.'If this is true...It this is the face of your soul,then you are more evil than the worst of the stories about you.'He sat down at the table and put his face in his hands.'You msut asked God for this help.'
    'It's too lat,Basil.'
    'It's never too lat,Dorian.Look at that terrible face.Look at it!'
    Dorian turned and stared at the face in the picture,and suddenly he hated Basil more than he had ever hated anyone in his life.Basil now knew his secret,and had seen the real Dorian Gray.Violent feelings burned inside Dorian.He picked u a knife from the table.Then the hate inside him exploded,and like a wild animal,he ran towards Basil,and dug the knife into the artist's neck,again and again and again.The murdered man's head fell forwards,and the blood ran slowly across the table,and down onto the floor.
    Dorian stood and listened.He could hear nothing-only the drip,drip of blood onto the floor.He went to the window and looked down into the street.He felt strangely cale.The friend who had painted his portrait had gone out of his life.That was all.
    He locked the door behind him and went quietly downstairs.His servants were all in bed.He sat down and began to think.No one had seen Basil in Dorian's house tonight.Paris.Yes!Basil had gone to Paris,of course,so it would be six months before people asked where he was.Six months!That was more than enough time.
    Dorian walked up and down the room.Then he took out a book from his desk and began to search for a name.Alan Campbell.Yes,that was the name that he wanted.
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  • And so the years passed. ...But time did not touch the face of Dorian Gray.That wonderful beauty-the beauty that Basil Hallward had painted-never left him.He enjoyed the life of a rich and fashionable y
    And so the years passed.
    But time did not touch the face of Dorian Gray.That wonderful beauty-the beauty that Basil Hallward had painted-never left him.He enjoyed the life of a rich and fashionable young man.He studied art and music,and more interested in the ugliness of his soul.
    After a while strange stories were heard about him-stories of a secret,more dangerous life.But when people looked at that young and good-looking face,they could not believe the evil stories.And they still came to the famous dinners at his house,where the food,and the music,and the conversation were the best in London.
    But behind the locked door at the top of the house,the picture of Dorian Gray grew older every year.The terrible face showed the dark secrets of his life.They heavey mouth,the yellow skin,the cruel eyes-these told the real story.Again and again,Dorian Gray went secretly to the room and looked first at the ugly and terrible face in the picture,then at the beautiful young face that laughed back at him from the mirror.
    After his twenty-fifth year,the stories about him became worse.He was sometimes away from home for several days;he was seen fighting with foreign sailors in bars;he was friendly with thieves.And in the houses of fashionable people,men sometimes turned away when he entered a room.Women's faces sometimes went white when they heard his name.
    But many people only laughed at these stories.Dorian Gray was stilll a very rich and fashionable man,and the dinners at his house were excellent.People agreed with Lord Henry,who once said,in his amusing way,that a good dinner was more important than a good life.
    As the months and years passed,Dorian Gray grew more and more afraid of the picture.He both hated it and loved it,and he became more and more afraid that someoen would discover his secret.For weeks he tried not to go near it,but he could not stay away from it for long.Sometimes when he was staying in friend's houses,he suddenly left and hurried back to London.He wanted to be sure that the room was still locked and the picture was still safe.At one time he used to spend winters with Lord Henry in a little house in Algiers,but now he no longer travelled outside England.
    His fear grew stronger every year,and as time passed,the face in the picture grew slowly more terrible.
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  • Later the same evening Dorian Gray was at a party.He smiled and talked,and looked as young and as good-looking as ever.But his head ached and at dinner he could not eat anything.When Lord Henry asked
  • In the house Basil Hallward stood in front of the portrait of Dorian Gray.'It's finished,'he said.He wrote his name in the corner of the picture. Lord Henry studied the picture carefully.'Yes,'he sai
  • One afternoon,a month later,Dorian Gray visited Lord Henry.Doiran was excited and his eyes were shining. 'Harry,'he began,'I'm discovering lifet.I'm doing everything that you told me to do.I'm in lov
  • As they entered the house,they saw Dorian Gray.He was sitting by the window and turning some pages of music. 'You must lend me this music,Basil,'he said.Then he turned and saw Lord Henry.'Oh,I'm sorr
  • The next morning Dorian wrote two letters.He put one of them into his pocket,and he gave the other to his servant.'Take this to Mr Campbell's house at once,'he said. While Dorian waited,he picked up
  • While Dorian was having breakfast the next morning,Basil Hallward came to see him. 'At last I've found you,Dorian,'he said seriously.'I came last night,but they told me that you'd gone out to dinner
  • It was long past midday when Dorian woke up.His servant brought him tea and his letters,but he did not read them.Yesterday seemed like a bad dream,but when he went downstair,he saw the covered picture
  • Against the wall they saw a fine portrait of the young Dorian Gray,in all this wonderful youth and beauty.Lying on the floor was a dead man,with a knife in his heart.His face was old and ugly and ...
  • Dorian Gray shook his head.'No, Harry,I've done too many terrible things in my life,and I'm going to change.I began my good life yesterday,in the country. 'My dear boy,'smiled Lord Henry.'Everybody ...
  • 'Mother,mother,I'm so happy,'cried the girl,'and you must be happy too.' Mrs Vane put her thin white hands on her daughter's head.'I'm only happy when I see you in the theatre,'she said.'And we are p
  • As he left,Lord Henry thought about this sad story.He become more interested than ever in this beautiful young man,Dorian Gray.He remembered the night before,when Dorian had watched him with his ...
  • 'Before I go,'said Lord Henry,'you must answer my question,Basil.Why don't you exhibit Dorian Gray's portrait in an art gallery?'He looked at his friend and smiled. 'Please give me the real reason,...
  • 'You don't understand me,Harry.'replied Basil.(Lord Henry's friends always called him Harry)'Of course I'm not like him,'Basil continued.'In fact,I prefer not to be beautiful.Dorian Gray's beautiful ...
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