The RED Fairy Book - online children's book

Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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' " Bless me," said she, " what will you do now ? Eun away and lie down among the dead bodies that he has in the room (showing me the place), and strip off your clothes that he may not know you from the rest if he has occasion to go that way."
' I took her advice, and laid myself down among the rest, as it dead, to see how he would behave. The first thing I heard was
him calling for his pie. When she set it down before him he swore it smelled like swine's flesh, but knowing where to find the finger, she immediately turned it up, which fairly convinced him of the contrary. The pie only served to sharpen his appetite, and I heard him sharpening his knife and saying he must have a collop or two, for he was not near satisfied. But what was my terror when I heard
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