The Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde: The Complete Collection

“The Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde: The Complete Collection Including The Happy Prince and The Selfish Giant” is a captivating anthology that brings together all of Oscar Wilde’s beloved fairy tales in one comprehensive volume.

This collection includes timeless classics such as “The Happy Prince,” “The Selfish Giant,” “The Nightingale and the Rose,” and “The Remarkable Rocket,” among others. Each tale is beautifully crafted with Wilde’s signature wit, charm, and poignant storytelling, offering readers a magical journey into enchanting worlds filled with profound themes, moral lessons, and unforgettable characters. From the touching allegory of selflessness in “The Happy Prince” to the bittersweet tale of redemption in “The Selfish Giant,” these fairy tales continue to enchant and inspire readers of all ages, leaving a lasting impression long after the final page is turned.

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