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The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde

A tale of kindness and ultimate generosity, this week is a story fromOscar Wilde called The Happy Prince. 

Originally published in May of 1888.

Oscar Wilde is an Irish author, poet, and playwright most notable for his plays and his famous novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray. 

In this story we see a delightful, yet sad, look at the true power of friendship and kindness. Something the world could use a good reminder of now and then. 


The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde

Read by David Szweduik

Faded Words is an Adventures in Creativity Production featuring David Szweduik as your narrator and host.

Listen anytime on the Official Website of Faded Words, or in the podcast player of your choice by searching for “Faded Words | Adventures in Creativity”!

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Theme Music:Anoitecer (Nightfall) by Guifrog

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