An artist paints a picture of the young and handsome Dorian Gray. When he sees it, Dorian makes a wish that changes his life. As he grows older, his face stays young and handsome. But the picture changes. Why can't Dorian show it to anybody? What is its terrible secret?
The only novel written by the Irish king of wittiness, Oscar Wilde, the Picture of Dorian Gray was originally published in 1890. This new 2008 edition is a graded reader at Level 4 (1700 headwords - Intermediate), contaning a total of 16,326 words plus pictures, activities and a word list. Includes two CDs of the full text in spoken British English.