Oscar Wilde was an Irish writer, poet and dramatist. Redundancy is the characteristic that describes his life and creations. He had no limits in his jokes, however if he tried to be serious, he turned out to be more didactic and deeper than even the most sublime preacher. However, this manner hides deep inner trouble, a drama, where common social and moral processes of time reflect as in a mirror, when the ideals are broken, but the soul ardently want harmony.
Once upon a time there was a nice boy Hans. He had a funny face and he was very kind. He had a garden there he grew different flowers. He had a lot of friends but his the best friend was the greedy miller. The miller often visited the boy’s garden to take some flowers and berries but when it was the wintertime, he had never visited the boy. One spring day the miller visited the boy’s garden to take some flowers and said that he needed a wheelbarrow – the boy gave it to him. One day he asked Hans for help again… What happened next?