1. Wilde had a point too. Popularity is overrated.
    Chesterton himself knew that. His humility was an immense source of his happiness.
    Wilde was clever and vain. (A great killer of happiness.)
    I enjoy The Picture of Dorian Grey for the same reason I like works by Kafka, Orwell, Mary Shelley and many others. They refused the Answer but asked the right questions in a compelling manner.

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