Please help with homework The Picture of Dorian Gray: In the sixth chapter of Oscar
In the sixth chapter of Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray, Dorian says to Henry, “I cannot help telling you things. You have a curious influence over me. If I ever did a crime, I would come and confess it to you. You would understand me.” Later in the story, Dorian actually does confess his murder of Basil Hallward to Lord Henry. Was Dorian right in his assumption? Did Lord Henry understand him, or did he not? Use specifics from the novel to support your answer.