The Happy Prince And Other Stories
Penguin Books, 1994
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Relationships between people, building walls is not a solution, we should destroy them instead
The Giant expels kids from his garden and with them all the good things leave. After some time the Giant opens his heart, lets the kids in and he can feel happy again playing with them. When he dies his good deeds take him to the Paradise.
Why is the story appropriate for the targeted groups of RSP readers?
It reflects political, historical and social themes, social diversities, refers to current migrant situation
What are the distinguished readers interests reflected by this book/story?
Why is this story motivational for the pupils?
A very popular short story for generations of readers.
Is there a historical, political, multi/inter cultural, migrant or similar context recognized in this book/story?
We could find there the migrant theme - a group of people intervening other people's areas, building walls etc.
Is there a principle of inclusion reflected in this book/story and does it promotes understanding of cultural diversities and heritage?
The story promotes the importance of understanding and helping other people, and also to be a part of community.