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By Dean Spruill Fansler

Someday the hoop of the datu?s three daughter disappeared. the entire humans within the locality looked for it yet in useless. The datu referred to as for volunteers to discover the misplaced ring and he provided his daughter?s hand as a prize to the person who may still be successful. Suan?s mom heard of the proclamation. So she went to the palace and awarded Suan to the datu.

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4. ” 5. Now, the king happened to be thirsty, and asked her for but a drink. ” 6. The maiden replied, “O illustrious king! we have water in a mean jar, but it is surely not fitting that your Majesty should drink from a jar! [57] 7. “If we had a jar of pure gold, in which we could put water from a blest fountain, then it would be proper for your Majesty. ” 8. ” The maiden went into the house, and presently the king drank his fill. 9. After he had drunk, he handed her back the jar; but when the maiden had received it (in her hands), she suddenly struck it against the staircase.

5) Problem: selling lamb for a specified sum of money, and returning both animal and coin. Solution: heroine sells only the wool. Two of these problems, (3) and (5), are soluble, and belong in kind with the “halb-geritten“ motif, where the heroine is ordered to come to the king not clothed and not naked, not walking and not riding, not in the road and not out of the road, etc. The other three problems are not solved at all, strictly speaking: the heroine gets out of her difficulties by demanding of her task-master the completion of counter-tasks equally hard, or by showing him the absurdity of his demands.

The whiz of an arrow was heard, and then a faint cry from Luis. “What is the matter? ” asked Zaragoza. “I am dying! ” These were Luis’s last words. Zaragoza knew not what to do. He tried to pull up the dead body of his friend; but in vain, for it was firmly caught [66] between two heavy blocks of wood, and was pierced by many arrows. But Zaragoza was shrewd; and, fearing the consequences of the discovery of Luis’s corpse, he cut off the dead man’s head and hurried home with it, leaving the body behind.

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