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The Blue Fairy Book By Andrew Lang Web-Books.Com The Blue Fairy Book The Bronze Ring................................................................................................................. 4 Prince Hyacinth And The Dear Little Princess................................................................. 18 East Of The Sun And West Of The Moon........................................................................ 26 The Yellow Dwarf ........
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    The Blue Fairy Book By Andrew Lang Web-Books.Com    The Blue Fairy Book    The Bronze Ring.................................................................................................................4 Prince Hyacinth And The Dear Little Princess.................................................................18 East Of The Sun And West Of The Moon........................................................................26 The Yellow Dwarf............................................................................................................37 Little Red Riding Hood.....................................................................................................61 The Sleeping Beauty In The Wood...................................................................................64 Cinderella, Or The Little Glass Slipper............................................................................75 Aladdin And The Wonderful Lamp..................................................................................83 The Tale Of A Youth Who Set Out To Learn What Fear Was.........................................96 Rumpelstiltzkin...............................................................................................................105 Beauty and the Beast.......................................................................................................108 The Master-Maid............................................................................................................128 Why The Sea Is Salt........................................................................................................145 The Master Cat; Or, Puss In Boots.................................................................................150 Felicia And The Pot Of Pinks.........................................................................................156 The White Cat.................................................................................................................166 The Water-Lily. The Gold-Spinners...............................................................................184 The Terrible Head...........................................................................................................193 The Story Of Pretty Goldilocks......................................................................................203 The History Of Whittington............................................................................................217 The Wonderful Sheep.....................................................................................................225  Little Thumb...................................................................................................................243 The Forty Thieves...........................................................................................................254 Hansel And Grettel.........................................................................................................263 Snow-White And Rose-Red............................................................................................271 The Goose-Girl...............................................................................................................278 Toads And Diamonds.....................................................................................................285 Blue Beard......................................................................................................................302 Trusty John......................................................................................................................309 The Brave Little Tailor...................................................................................................317 A Voyage To Lilliput......................................................................................................325 The Princess On The Glass Hill......................................................................................343 The Story Of Prince Ahmed And The Fairy Paribanou..................................................353 The History Of Jack The Giant-Killer............................................................................384 The Black Bull Of Norroway..........................................................................................390 The Red Etin...................................................................................................................395  The Bronze Ring Once upon a time in a certain country there lived a king whose palace was surrounded by a spacious garden. But, though the gardeners were many and the soil was good, this garden yielded neither flowers nor fruits, not even grass or shady trees. The King was in despair about it, when a wise old man said to him: Your gardeners do not understand their business: but what can you expect of men whose fathers were cobblers and carpenters? How should they have learned to cultivate your garden? You are quite right, cried the King. Therefore, continued the old man, you should send for a gardener whose father and grandfather have been gardeners before him, and very soon your garden will be full of green grass and gay flowers, and you will enjoy its delicious fruit. So the King sent messengers to every town, village, and hamlet in his dominions, to look for a gardener whose forefathers had been gardeners also, and after forty days one was found. Come with us and be gardener to the King, they said to him. How can I go to the King, said the gardener, a poor wretch like me? That is of no consequence, they answered. Here are new clothes for you and your family. But I owe money to several people.
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