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1  If he was to have any rest, her husband must once more descend into the garden.
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2  A certain king had a beautiful garden, and in the garden stood a tree which bore golden apples.
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3  In the garden behind the house is a large tan-heap, and on that you must stand and watch for me.
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4  Every morning she went into the garden and prayed to God in heaven to bestow on her a son or a daughter.
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5  As it drew towards the appointed hour, he went outside into the garden and mounted the tan-heap to await the raven.
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6  Every morning she went with the child to the garden where the wild beasts were kept, and washed herself there in a clear stream.
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7  Presently the king's daughter herself came down into the garden, and was amazed to see that the young man had done the task she had given him.
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8  At twilight, he clambered down over the wall into the garden of the enchantress, hastily clutched a handful of rampion, and took it to his wife.
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9  In this garden stood a fine large pear-tree full of ripe fruit; and Ashputtel, not knowing where to hide herself, jumped up into it without being seen.
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10  But as soon as the first rays of the sun shone into the garden he saw all the ten sacks standing side by side, quite full, and not a single grain was missing.
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11  These people had a little window at the back of their house from which a splendid garden could be seen, which was full of the most beautiful flowers and herbs.
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12  Soon afterwards she shut her eyes and died, and was buried in the garden; and the little girl went every day to her grave and wept, and was always good and kind to all about her.
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13  But one day as the queen was walking by the side of the river, at the bottom of the garden, she saw a poor little fish, that had thrown itself out of the water, and lay gasping and nearly dead on the bank.
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14  When night came she wanted to go home; and the king's son followed here as before, that he might see into what house she went: but she sprang away from him all at once into the garden behind her father's house.
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15  The youth sat down in the garden and considered how it might be possible to perform this task, but he could think of nothing, and there he sat sorrowfully awaiting the break of day, when he should be led to death.
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16  This grieved him very much, for Lily was his dearest child; and as he was journeying home, thinking what he should bring her, he came to a fine castle; and around the castle was a garden, in one half of which it seemed to be summer-time and in the other half winter.
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17  And when the time came for him to go home, he had bought pearls and jewels for the two eldest, but he had sought everywhere in vain for the rose; and when he went into any garden and asked for such a thing, the people laughed at him, and asked him whether he thought roses grew in snow.
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