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Illustrated classic fairy tales for children by Andrew Lang

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194                           KARI WOODENGOWN
every moment they struck against her eyes, so that she could not see what she was clutching at, and before she knew what she was doing she had a golden apple in her hands. She was now in such terror that she began to cry, and wanted to throw it away, but the Bull said that she was to keep it, and take the greatest care of it, and comforted her as well as he could, but he believed that it would
be a hard struggle, and he doubted whether it would go well with him.
Just then the Troll with nine heads came, and he was so fright­ful that the King's daughter scarcely dared to look at him.
' Who is this who is breaking niy wood ? ' he screamed.
' It is as much mine as yours!' said the Bull.
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