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The Dragon and His Grandmother

The Dragon and His Grandmother

Escrito por Andrew Lang

Narrado por Anastasia Bertollo


The Dragon and His Grandmother

Escrito por Andrew Lang

Narrado por Anastasia Bertollo

Longitud:
7 minutos
Publicado:
Jan 29, 2015
ISBN:
9781467607483
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

Once three soldiers decided to run away from the army as their pays were too little. They hid themselves in a cornfield. But the army didn’t leave the place for two days and the soldiers were starving. Then appeared a dragon. He promised to take them far away and gave them a whip, which, when you slash it, gives you a lot of money. But in return they should give him their souls in seven years, but if they guessed the riddles, he would propose them, they would be free. They agreed. Seven years they lived happily, took a ride in carriages, ate and drink. When seven years were nearly passed 2 soldiers became frightened, but one of them was calm. He thought he could guess the riddle. Whether they went to hell with the dragon or not you will know when you read the whole story.
Publicado:
Jan 29, 2015
ISBN:
9781467607483
Formato:
Audiolibro


Sobre el autor

Andrew Lang (1844–1912) was a Scottish scholar and writer, best known for his folklore and mythological tales. After college, he moved to London and began working as a journalist. He began collecting fairytales and folklore stories for his first collection, The Blue Fairy Book. The Fairy Books contained hundreds of pages of folklore stories, which Lang edited while his wife helped translate. Receiving acclaim, the books totaled in 427 stories combined in twelve collections. Lang also produced his own original writing, including novels, literary criticism, and poetry, but his work did not attain the same literary recognition.

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