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Birthday of the Enfanter
Birthday of the Enfanter

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Author: Oscar Wilde, Narrator: Nick Stevens

Playtime: 45 minutes

This is an unusually sad tale from the genius of Oscar Wilde. It tells of the birthday of a 12-year-old girl.

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