original summary for the picture of dorian gray

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  1. "The Picture of Dorian Gray" is a book. So you probably have to read the book and write an original (not from somewhere else) summary (telling what the plot, setting, and characters are in the story).

    Not sure what else you're having trouble with. Please ask again if you need anything else.

    posted by MattsRiceBowl

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