The King And The Antby Sir George Webbe Dasent
Format of Original Source: Fable
Recommended Adaptation Length: 15 Minutes
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There was a King who had a very beautiful daughter, and he said, whoever would cut down an Ant’s tree, which he had in his kingdom, without brushing off the ants, should marry his daughter. Now a great many came and tried, but no one could do it, for the ants fell out upon them and stung them, and they were forced to brush them off. There was always someone watching to see if they brushed the ants off.
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