A lovesick swallow and a once-golden statue form a heartbreaking, emotional bond.
Bernard Cribbins reads Oscar Wilde's story.
A lovesick swallow and a once-golden statue form an emotional bond.
By Oscar Wilde.
A lovesick swallow longs to migrate south towards the warmth and the light.
However, he stays behind to carry out the wishes of the Happy Prince, a gilded statue looking down from a giant column and observing the behaviour of the rich and the poor in his city.