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PHARAOH AND HIS PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (PODCAST)

April 14th, 2022

Oscar Wilde’s most famous novel is The Picture of Dorian Gray, about a hedonistic, handsome young man pursuing all the pleasures of life. Gray wishes for his perfect appearance to remain unaffected by this lifestyle, and instead for a portrait image of him to age and wither. Rabbi Dunner uses this remarkable narrative to illustrate a moral lesson regarding the Pharaoh of ancient Egypt, in a message that resonates for us all today.

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