THE HAPPY PRINCE – Review by Martha K Baker

The Happy Prince takes more than it gives. Oscar Wilde — bon vivant, playwright, addict — published a collection of short stories for children in 1888. Included among the five is The Happy Prince, which serves in voice-over as ironic bookends for Rupert Everett’s homage to Wilde’s last days on earth, not one of them pretty, except in retrospect.

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