Dorian Gray was everything I hoped it would be! Dorian's struggle is fascinating, but as usual I mainly found myself being most drawn to Wilde's wit, especially Lord Henry's hilariously cynical opinions. I've never read a "gothic" novel that made me laugh so much!
As for C and P, definately read it! Dostoevsky really gets across the grime and the filth of 19thc St. Petersburg, and it's fairly disturbing how much you end up relating to Raskolnikov, even after he's committed the murder. Good stuff though.