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In the novel, "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde, there is a character by the name of Lord Henry.
On a test on this book, I had the question, "How does Lord Henry speak?"
I responded, "Lord Henry speaks using his wit and brilliance. His voice is low and musical. He is charming when he speaks. Lord Henry influences people through his speech."
My answer was marked wrong. Can someone help me get to the correct answer? I'd like to have it so I'll know for future tests and the final exam.
Thanks in advance..

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