Dorian by Jeremy Reed
A Sequel to the Picture of Grey

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A stunning reimagining of a classic novel by Oscar Wilde.
 

About Jeremy Reed

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Jeremy Reed is one of Britain's most talented and highly celebrated poets, called by J.G. Ballard 'the most original poet writing today', as well as an acclaimed novelist and biographer. His many literary awards include the Eric Gregory Award and the Somerset Maugham Award for poetry.
 
Published January 11, 2001 by Peter Owen Publishers. 156 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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As in his biographical novels about de Sade, Artaud and Lautreamont, British poet and novelist Reed continues his exploration of the dark side of the psyche and sexuality. This hallucinatory novel fea

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Dorian's chance meeting in Paris with Oscar Wilde (shattered, fitfully witty and recently released from jail after his persecution for homosexuality) brings Dorian a redemptive reprieve, yet their encounter is anticlimactic.

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Toronto Sun

Oscar Wilde's story about a vain man, a deal with the devil and eternal youth has been remade again.

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