Ashputtle

Ashputtle
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  • Dear, I will tell you the truth. I am dying. Let me give you advice. Always say, and god will help you. I will look down from heaven.
  • Yes, (sniff) mother. Gulp.
  • Why are they so mean to me?
  • Yes, my sisters. (sniff)
  • You can't eat on the table with us, you dirty pig. Eat in the kitchen. You will only get something to eat if you first clean the kitchen. Ha Ha Ha
  • Yes mother.
  • How will I ever get it done.
  • The king is holding a ball tonight. I have decided that you may come. However, you first have to scoop all the lentils in the hearth.
  • Ashputtle's mother is dying. She gives Ashputtle some advice,while Ashputtle holds back tears. Having given the advice, Ashputtle's mother takes her last breath.
  • Ashputtle's father married another woman, but she and her daughters were mean to Ashputtle. They made her do hard work all they and teased her and jeered at her. They were jealous of her beauty.
  • Ashputtle thinks that she can never get done, but she calls to the birds to help her. The birds start to gather the lentils out of the hearth. In no time at all, the all the lentils were out.
  • Ashputtle had no dress to go to the ball. She went to the tree in the garden, and asked for a beautiful dress. The tree gave it to her. The dress was gold and silver. She went to the ball and danced thrice with the prince. Each time, the tree gave her a more beautiful dress.
  • Ashputtle went to the ball three times. Each time, the prince danced only with her. He wanted to find out who she was. She coated the steps with a glue, and one of Ashputtle's shoes stuck. He proclaimed, that he would marry whoever the shoe fit perfectly with.
  • The prince made his way to Ashputtle's home. Both her step sisters tried on the shoe, and the prince believed them. A bird told him they were not the true bride. When Ashputtle came to try on the shoe, the bird confirmed it. The prince and Ashputtle got married and lived happily ever after.
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