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James Vane
James Vane is less a believable character than an embodiment of Dorian's tortured
conscience. As Sibyl's brother, he is a rather flat caricature of the avenging relative. Still,
Wilde saw him as essential to the story, adding his character during his revision of 1891.
Appearing at the dock…

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Dorian's story as though it were yesterday. This is what the reader would imagine Henry to
be like in his old age.

Victor is Dorian's servant. Although Victor is a trustworthy servant, Dorian becomes
suspicious of him and sends him out on needless errands to ensure that he does…


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