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THE FACE No. 69 January 1986 – Grace Jones by Jean-Paul Goude
Magazine: Garage Black
Editorial: Camera Obscura
Photographer: Lope Navo
Stylist: Rey Ilagan
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Cover of the Lippincott Monthly Magazine that serialized the first version of The Picture of Dorian Gray
The Picture of Dorian Gray is the only published novel by Oscar Wilde, appearing as the lead story in Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine on 20 June 1890, printed as the July 1890 issue of this magazine. Wilde later revised this edition, making several alterations, and adding new chapters; the amended version was published by Ward, Lock, and Company in April 1891. The title is sometimes rendered incorrectly as The Portrait of Dorian Gray.
The Picture of Dorian Gray began as a short novel submitted to Lippincott’s Monthly Magazine. In 1889, J.M. Stoddart, a proprietor for Lippincott, was in London to solicit short novels for the magazine. Wilde submitted the first version of The Picture of Dorian Gray, which was published on 20 June 1890 in the July edition of Lippincott’s. There was a delay in getting Wilde’s work to press while numerous changes were made to the novel (several manuscripts of which survive). Some of these changes were made at Wilde’s instigation, and some at Stoddart’s. Wilde removed all references to the fictitious book “Le Secret de Raoul”, and to its fictitious author, Catulle Sarrazin. The book and its author are still referred to in the published versions of the novel, but are unnamed. wiki