The Golden Goose Book
'The Golden Goose Book ' Summary
Similar incident happens with the middle son. Now, the youngest son is sent with beer and dry bread. Simpleton shares his food with the short brown man. He points out to a tree. When the Simpleton cuts it, a golden goose is found from above the roots. Simpleton picked the golden goose and walked towards the city. Simpleton stays in an inn. He hides the goose in the barn. Innkeeper’s three daughters try to steal the goose but their hands get cling to the goose. Early morning, Simpleton, golden goose and the clung 3 girls. On the way, the number of people clung to one another extends. When the reach the capital, they find that the Princess remains unsmiling and sad because there has been incident on which she can laugh. King had declared that whosoever makes her daughter laugh will be able to marry the Princess. When the Princess views people of different age, complexion walking in topsy -turby way, she laughs. By her laughter, the line of the walking people breaks. They all leave for their home. Simpleton claims that he should be allowed to marry the princess. King lays down two more conditions before the Simpleton for marriage. With the help of the short brown man, the Simpleton succeeds. King agrees to marry Princess with him. After marriage, Simpleton goes to the forest but he does not find the short brown man.
Delightful fables, collected by a devotee of Indian lore, recounts many of the legends told to him by tribal members, among them intriguing explanatio...
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