By Thomas Crofton Croker
Every fairy unites in his own person the most various trades: he is his own weaver, tailor, and shoemaker.
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By Jørgen Moe and Peter Christen Asbjørnsen
When the rich brother saw all that was on the table, and all that was behind in the larder, he grew quite spiteful and wild, for he couldn’t bear that his brother should have anything.
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