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Introduced to a world of aristocracy by an artist by the name of Basil Hallward, an artist obsessed with his beauty, Dorian Gray quickly becomes enthralled in the idea that beauty and sensual fulfillment are the only things worth pursuing in life.
Understanding that his beauty will eventually fade, he declares his intent to sell his soul to the devil in an exchange which means that the picture of him being painted will age and fade in his place.
As the image records every sin he commits instead of him, it will allow him to pursue a life of questionable and amoral experiences while staying young and beautiful.
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