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Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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THE TWO BROTHERS
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The distance was greater than he thought, and it was dark before he reached the foot of the mountain; indeed, he could not have found the road at all had it not been for the bright light, which shone like the moon on his path. At length he came to the door of a fine castle, which had a blaze streaming from every window. He
mounted a flight of steps and entered a hall where a hideous old woman was sitting on a golden chair.
She scowled at the young man and said, ' With a single one of the hairs of my head I can turn you into stone.'
' Oh, what nonsense ! ' cried he. ' Be quiet, old woman. What could you do with one hair? ' But the witch pulled
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