The Picture of Dorian Gray

Oscar Wilde’s only novel The Picture of Dorian Gray (1891) is a classic instance of the aestheticism of the late 19th century’s ​​English literature. The maxim of aestheticism “art for art’s sake” is reflected in the opening of the novel, which specifies art’s aim to “reveal the art and conceal the artist.” For greater emphasis, Wilde defines the artist… Continue reading The Picture of Dorian Gray

We Lost Each Other

I could ask you to stay, But there’s really nothing left to say. This breakup has been emotional and long, But I know I’m strong. I guess we naturally grew apart, But it still hurts in my heart. We went days without speaking or sending a text, And I could only wonder what was next.… Continue reading We Lost Each Other