Her father will beat her if she does not bring home some money, and she is crying. Love had the last saying in this matter. He follows the rules of goodness which will lead him to the right path. Plot Summary Chapter 1: Into the Primitive Buck is a dog living with Judge Miller at a sprawling ranch in Santa Clara Valley, California. The rocket is finally lit and explodes, but nobody observes him — the only effect he has is to frighten a with his falling stick. He does not realise that the boy is actually the and is furious that somebody has wounded him. Though the Happy Prince knows that he is being stripped of everything he possesses he continues to help those in need.
The overseer of the workmen at the foundry melts down the statue but notes with shock that the broken lead heart refuses to melt. The high officials and priests are distressed by his appearance but he bids them no mind. Because God wants us to Love our fellowmen. Giving up, he tosses the heart aside on a dust-heap along with the body of the Swallow. They decided to remove the statue from that place and put statue of the mayor. These children were so hungry that they were looking out listlessly at the black streets. The Fisherman is keen to see beautiful dancing feet again, as his Mermaid has none, so he accompanies the Soul.
After his first mission, he remarks, ''It is curious, but I feel quite warm now, although it is so cold. He kissed the Prince and fell down dead at his feet. Buck's idyllic life is cut short by one of the ranch hand … s, Manuel, whose gambling habit and large family prompt him to sell Buck on the black market. However, the most magnificent tales fail to resonate with the Prince, who prefers a harsh reality to beautiful fantasy. The young writer is cold and hungry. The Prince asked Swallow to take a ruby from his sword and give it to the poor woman. As soon as Spitz falls, the other dogs kill him.
The Birthday of the Infanta The young Spanish Infanta is having a birthday filled with marvelous performances and dances and games for her and her young companions. The character happy prince once lived in glory palace was charming, but selfish. In the fairytale, we can see the prince and the swallow who try to help the ones in need and make them happy while on the other side we can see the powerful people in important positions who do not want to see what is going on in the world. He's bought by two French Canadians, Perrault and Francois, fair men who have a shrewd eye for a good dog and realize Buck's worth. This is the story about a prince who had got every thing in his life.
He decided to spend his night between the feet of the Happy Prince. One night near the Northwest police camp, team dogs and police dogs spot a snowshoe rabbit and give chase, with Buck in the lead. The protagonist of this story Hughie is a misfit in a mercantile world. Prince decided never to leave him through it was getting colder and colder. The Giant sees that the boy bears the. The swallow loses its life due to excessive cold.
The little swallow acts as his messenger, and he gives away all his wealth. He goes to the chapel and kneels before the likeness of God. The bird asked him why he was weeping. On the other hand, he maintains that while following the ways of the world, one must not discard his cordial qualities completely. Hugh finally visited him after a long time and hearing about his problem he decides to kindly gift him one of his old wheelbarrows in exchange of a few favours.
He tells them they have been lucky to travel so far on a thawing river. However, this time a playwright requires assistance, which indicates that even the artistic world succumbs to inequality and corruption—the very people producing art for the elite class languish in poverty. In spite of his charming appearance, he has failed in every attempts to make money. Even though he knew that he will die if he stayed in town he decided to stick with his friend. As he dances, the Infanta playfully and mockingly tosses him a white rose. This man is not concerned about being famous or in wha … t people say about him publicly or privately. However, when he sees white flowers from the area of the field where the lovers were buried on the altar, and feels the words of Love stir within him, he realizes his error and blesses the sea and all the creatures of the world.
The Happy Prince has given of his beauty and possession - his gold leaf covering, sapphire eyes and ruby from his sword - to benefit the impoverished people he's witnessed below. During this time, he wrote The Ballad of Reading Gaol, a poem about the starkness of life in prison and the desperation of prisoners. A few miles out, the man stops the team and walks back. So, making both ends meet becomes more important than the melody of love. He is so hypocrite that he adds that he is not quite useful for the fear of the people. The prince was selfless enough to sacrifice himself and devote all of the belongings including sapphire, red ruby and gold to his people whom were led to a destructive path in his destiny.
The Seamstress and Her Child The first people the Happy Prince and the Swallow help are a mother and her son who live in a ''poor house'' far from where the Prince's statue stands. Finally, Buck wins a bet for him by breaking a sled from the ice and dragging its heavy load one hundred yards. Face was thin and her fingers were picked was needle. The Fisherman and His Soul A young Fisherman falls in love with a little Mermaid but she says the only way they can be together is for him to give up his soul, as the Sea-folk have none. The people they help include a poor seamstress and her child and a struggling playwright. In the end, the Swallow makes the ultimate sacrifice out of love—because the Prince goes blind after giving away his sapphire eyes, the Swallow decides to stay by his side forever, even though he knows that remaining through the winter will mean certain death.