The Picture of Dorian Gray

by: Oscar Wilde

Chapters 7–8

Quotes Chapters 7–8
“Don’t talk like that about any one you love, Dorian. Love is a more wonderful thing than Art.” “They are both simply forms of imitation, remarked Lord Henry.”
Finally he came back, went over to the picture, and examined it. In the dim arrested light that struggled through the cream-colored silk blinds, the face appeared to him to be a little changed. The expression looked different. One would have said that there was a touch of cruelty in the mouth. It was certainly strange.
He seemed to have forgotten all that he had gone through. A dim sense of having taken part in some strange tragedy came to him once or twice, but there was the unreality of a dream about it.