Another classic short story by Irish author, Oscar Wilde showing evidence that people struggle between a true friend and on e who manipulates the other. Should friendship be equal? A fantasy where the animals tell the story and react to the moral message and ending.
Recommended by The Gunston Trust for Nonviolence in Children's Literature. Ages 8+
|Series:||Creative's Classic Short Stories Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 1.50(h) x 9.50(d)|
|Age Range:||9 Years|
About the Author
Born in Ireland in 1856, Oscar Wilde was a noted essayist, playwright, fairy tale writer and poet, as well as an early leader of the Aesthetic Movement. His plays include: An Ideal Husband, Salome, A Woman of No Importance, and Lady Windermere's Fan. Among his best known stories are The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Canterville Ghost.
Date of Birth:October 16, 1854
Date of Death:November 30, 1900
Place of Birth:Dublin, Ireland
Place of Death:Paris, France
Education:The Royal School in Enniskillen, Dublin, 1864; Trinity College, Dublin, 1871; Magdalen College, Oxford, England, 1874