The GREEN Fairy Book - online children's book

Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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THE SNUFF-BOX,                            151
wait to drink, but he told his mother that he smelled the blood of a Christian man, and that she had better bring him out at once and make him ready to be eaten. But she bade her son eat and drink what was before him, and
said that the poor young man was much to be pitied, and that the sun had granted him his life in order that he might consult the wind. Then she brought out the young man, who explained how he was seeking for his palace, and that no man had been able to tell him where it
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