Who read The Picture of Dorian Gray help me please: In 1895, the critic Ernest Newman

In 1895, the critic Ernest Newman, in a discussion of Wilde’s contribution to literary thought, celebrated the author’s use of paradoxes, saying that “a paradox is a truth seen round a corner” (Drew xxv). Countless paradoxes appear in The Picture of Dorian Gray, most often in the words of Lord Henry Wotton. Identify and discuss several paradoxes in the novel.

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