Introduction to Fiction
Introduction to Fiction ENGL 2307
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Date Created: 10/22/15
STUDY QUESTIONS FOR THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY l 2 5 9 89 What is the narrative point of view of this story De ne the exposition of the main characters Lord Henry Basil Dorian What is the socialeconomic status of each What are the attitudesrelationships of each with others and with art Lord Henry is an aristocrat He is a second sonWaiting for his brother to die to get his estate He went to Oxford and Eaton Married Reveals himself to be extraordinarily super cial in his of Basil Basil is very involved in his art Strikingly different from Lord Henry Earnest Not an aristocrat actually does something for a living Classmate with LH at oxford Identify where the Rising Action begins where the plot takes off What specific event leads Dorian to engage in increasingly immoralantisocial behavior Define how Wilde portrays women in this story What is the Climax Moment of the Rising Action in this story Why does Dorian turn to murder and blackmail Why is Chapter 11 so boring read the first couple of pages but that s itbecause absolutely nothing happens Ch 11 contains essentially a list of stuff that Dorian gets interested in
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