Oscar Wilde built a reputation in fin de siecle England as a wit, playboy, and playwright. In this story, however, Wilde demonstrates his mastery as a short story writer, as well. In this comic tale, Hughie Erskine must attempt to resolve a mess of mistaken identities. Filled with commentary on art, economics, and society, Wilde's story's humor is only amplified by a delightful performance from David Ian Davies. Davies' wry tone perfectly conveys Wilde's dry British sense of humor.