The Light Princess And Other Stories Classic Fairytales

Includes The Giant's Heart & the Shadows, By George MacDonald

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" But how can we do that ?" said Buffy. "The bag is not much bigger than a pudding-bag."
"'But it is as large as you will be able to carry."
" Yes; but what are we to do with the heart ? "
"Put it into the bag, to be sure. Only, first, you must squeeze a drop out of the other bag upon it. You will see what will happen."
"Very well; we will do as you tell us," said Tricksey-Wee. "And now, if you please, how-shall we go ? "
" Oh, that's our business," said the first spider. "You come with me, and my grandfather will take your brother. Get up."
So Tricksey-Wee mounted on the narrow part of the spider's back, and held fast. And Buffy-Bob got on the grandfather's back. And up they scrambled, over one web after another, up and up —so fast! And every spider followed; so that,
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