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A Collection of Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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30 HOW ISURO THE RABBIT TRICKED GUDU
The road on the other side led down an avenue of trees, and before they had gone very far Gudu opened the bag that lay hidden in the thick hair about his neck, and began to eat some delicious-looking fruit.
'Where did you get that from?' asked Isuro en­viously.
'Oh, I found after all that I could get across the rocks quite easily, so it seemed a pity not to keep my bag,' an­swered Gudu.
'Well, as you tricked me into throwing away mine, you ought to let me share with you,' said Isuro. But Gudu pretended not to hear him, and strode along the path.
By-and-bye they entered a wood, and right in front of them was a tree so laden with fruit that its branches
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