Of No Importance
Of No Importance is a colorful, charming reading of a fairy tale in the style of the tales of Oscar Wilde. In this tale-within-a-tale, Karen's fictionalized Oscar Wilde relates a strange story over tea to both Karen's unhappy fictional narrator and to Oscar's well-known character, the Happy Prince. It is a tale of magic and intrigue and concerns a young princess who danced so well and beautifully that envy and ignorance destroyed her. Or did the princess choose to dance to destroy herself? This story was originally published in Liberty.