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The Happy Prince and Other Tales (version 5)

Gelesen von NoelBadrian

(4,438 Sterne; 16 Bewertungen)

Oscar Wilde said of his story The Happy Prince that it was "an attempt to treat a tragic modern problem in a form that aims at delicacy and imaginative treatment; it is a reaction against the purely imitative character of modern art.” His Fairy Tales then were only partly written for children and as he said, "partly for those who have kept the childlike faculties of wonder and joy, and who find in simplicity a subtle strangeness".

In The Happy Prince and The Nightingale and the Rose, Wilde explores love and self sacrifice. The Selfish Giant will not let the children in his garden but repents and is redeemed. The Miller in the Devoted Friend is not only selfish but an egotistical hypocrite. The Remarkable Rocket is also a tale about egotism and conceit. (Summary by Noel Badrian) (1 hr 51 min)

Chapters

The Happy Prince

24:36

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The Nightingale and the Rose

17:12

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The Selfish Giant

11:51

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The Devoted Friend

28:22

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The Remarkable Rocket

29:58

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Bewertungen

awesome author and narrator

(5 Sterne)

Beautiful stories for adults as well as children . The narrator's calm,clear voice is full of empathy

i enjoyed this immensely. What interesting fantasy fiction.

(4 Sterne)

(5 Sterne)

my favorite stories spoken by a marvelous voice

(5 Sterne)

beautiful stories read by a beautiful voice