The Picture of Dorian Gray Questions: Chapter 4-7 (Sybil Vane)

[Lord Henry]: “When is she Sybil Vane?” [Dorian]: “Never.” (p49) Sybil Vane’s soliloquy (p73-4): “Before I knew you, acting was the one reality of my life. … You came … and you freed my soul from prison. You taught me what reality really is. …. You had made me understand what love really is. … Suddenly it dawned on my soul what it all meant…” What is Sybil’s significance? Why does she commit suicide? What impact does her death have on Dorian?

Asked on 26.05.2017 in English Literature.
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