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A Picture of Dorian Gray 

Should classical reading be mandatory, instead of optional, in our primary education systems (k-12)?
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A Picture of Dorian Gray 
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Hello Everyone!

My name is Abby, and I am currently in charge of the University of Missouri - Saint Louis Classic Reading and Analysis Program (we call it C.R.A.P). As the name states, we are focused on "Classic Literature" while also developing our literary analysis techniques. Our first piece of literature is Oscar Wilde's "A Picture of Dorian Gray". I'm glad we found this site!



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absolutely loved this book when I was forced to read it in HS.



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Hello,
I just finished A Picture of Dorian Gray. In fact, it's the whole reason I joined BookTalk! I was forced to read other classics in HS, no Oscar Wilde. After MANY years of appreciating quotes by Wilde, I finally got the time to read a whole book in my retirement. Yes, the young and beautiful should all read this tale.



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