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Fantasy, Horror, Philosophy
The Picture of Dorian Gray has a third-person omniscient narrator, whose characterization of events is not always just or objective.
The Picture of Dorian Gray is told in the past tense.
The title The Picture of Dorian Gray has a double meaning. It refers to the magical portrait reflecting Dorian's darker actions and also to the novel itself, which provides a fuller picture of Dorian.
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