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Everyday at dinner, after the table has been cleared and every one gone away, a trusty servant himself didn't know what was in it and no one else knew, for the king waited until he was quite alone before he uncovered the dish.
As soon as he had fastened the door securely , he lifted the cover, and there he saw a white snake lying on the dish. After seeing it he could not resist the desire to taste it, and so he cut off a small piece and put it in his mouth. As soon as it touched his tongue he heard outside his window a strange chorus of delicate voices.
Now it happened one day that the Queen lost her most splendid ring, and suspicion fell upon the trusty servant, who had the general superintendence, and he was accused of stealing it. The King summoned him to his presence, and after many reproaches told him that if by the next day he was not able to name the thief he should be considered guilty, and punished.
I promise my lady I didn't i will prove it!!!
You stole my ring you thief!!!
“Something lies very heavy in my craw- it is the ring that was lying under the Queen’s window; I swallowed it down in too great a hurry.” Then the servant seized her by the neck, took her into the kitchen, and said to the cook, “Kill this one, she is quite ready for cooking.”
The servant could now clearly prove his innocence, and in order to make up for the injustice he had suffered the King permitted him to ask some favor for himself, and also promised him the place of greatest honor in the royal household. But the servant refused it, and only asked for a horse and money for traveling, for he had a fancy to see the world, and look about him a little.
I don't want a place to stay i just want money to travel the world.
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When he had gone through three kingdoms he came one evening to a wood, and seated himself under a tree to go to sleep; but he heard a rustling in the boughs, and a golden apple fell into his hand. Immediately three ravens flew towards him, perched on his knee, and said, “We are the three young ravens that you delivered from starving; when we grew big, and heard that you were seeking the golden apple, we flew over the sea to the end of the earth, where the tree of life stands, and we fetched the apple.” Full of joy the young man set off on his way home, and brought the golden apple to the King’s beautiful daughter, who was without any further excuse. So they divided the apple of life, and ate it together; and their hearts were filled with love, and they lived
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