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Wed, 29 Apr 2009
The Three Crowns, is your fairy story of Marchette and the Ogress. It is in Gold and Silver.

The Three Crowns

the Princess
MarchettaThe Three Crowns is an Italian literary fairy tale
written by Giambattista Basile in the Pentamerone

A childless king heard a voice asking him whether he would rather have a daughter who would flee him or a son who would destroy him. After consulting his wise men, who argued over whether the danger to life or honor was the worse, he concluded that the daughter would be less harmful to his realm; he went back to the garden and answered the voice that he wanted the daughter. She was born, and her father tried to shelter her in a castle, but when she was fifteen, he concluded a marriage for her. When she left to go to her husband, a whirlwind carried her off.

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