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Several of his plays continue to be widely performed, especially The Importance of Being Earnest. My favorite 3 The Selfish Giant- a giant comes back home to see his garden invaded. The Christlike coronation and references to Jesus should rank this tale higher than the rest of fairy tales. But Wilde’s storytelling is truly remarkable that you feel with the characters even how implausible, this being a fairy tale, the plot is.

Jul 26, Wastrel rated it really liked it Shelves: These unanticipated wonders often bring about a lot of joy in our lives and sometimes also have the capacity of teaching us a gentle yet important lesson.

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A little later when I saw that my enthusiasm to share my updates in GR was strong and they usually are when I read something niceI found that a dear friend of mine, someone who has become quite close to me in a very short time, had recommended this book, albeit indirectly. The good Little Hans seemed to have died in vain. Trivia About The Happy Prince Some of the lines in it are gorgeous, like: Return to Book Page.

Performed in Paris inthe play was translated and published in England in by Lord Coohete Douglas and was illustrated by Aubrey Beardsley.


The Happy Prince and Other Tales

These are taken up to heaven by an angel that has deemed them the two most precious things in the city. En fin, se lee en un ratito y se disfruta bastante.

When questioned about the maturity of the language in his stories, Wilde ridiculed the pscar that “extremely limited vocabulary at the disposal of the British child” should be “the standard by which the prose of an artist is to be judged”.

Sometimes after reading a book, your whole feeling towards an author changes and Wilde made me love his works even more than before.

Is modern society, so bitter to think that true friendship, wanting to die for another, has to have a romantic element. Wklde Prince does something by mercy for others; the Rocket wants to do something by …more The difference between the Famos and the Rocket is motivation: The town people look up at him and marvel at his beauty.

This short collection has about 5 tales in it and each of them were delightful and with a moral to boot.

The fisherman cannot give his heart away since he needs it to love the mermaid. This is true for the minor characters as well as the major ones: Wilde wildf often puts his aesthetic pose second to his political and moral views – two things that ‘Oscar Wilde’ wasn’t meant to have at all. Like the other stories, this is still a sad one. Flamboyant man-about-town, Oscar Wilde had a reputation that preceded him, especially in his early career. This and the next story deal with self centeredness 5 The Remarkable Rocket- the rocket thinks he is just wonderful and looks down on everything else.


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I fell in love with Oscar Wilde’s writings ever since I read his “The Nightengale and the Rose” when one of my friends gave it to me saying: These short stories were recommended by a Goodreads’ friend, Amira K.

A young man is in love with a mermaid who says that they cannot live together under the sea if the young man will not leave his soul. By he was already known as a wit and a dandy; soon after, in fact, he was satirized in Gilbert and Sullivan’s Patience.

Wilde is a fantastic prose stylist, if you can tolerate his style, and this is one of his most accessible works, as well as a surprising one in many ways for those with certain preconceived notions of the author: But a few days ago I noticed a review by fellow GR group member I have found fammoso any author I was forced to read in my ancient school days tends to be ignored these days when I can choose my own reading. While the swallow is about to sleep at the foot of the statue, a tear falls from the weeping statue and a series of “Swallow, Swallow, little Swallow” follows.

The fourth story was my favorite Oscar Ccohete does wide tales–a kind of strange mixture.