Dorian is getting crueller by the day, and with every transgression depicting itself in the painted face of his portrait, Dorian has decided to store the canvas away where it can't be viewed accidentally. But his own face remains untainted. What will Dorian do, knowing that his misdeeds are never going to be visible to others?
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