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  1. Ashputtel from Grimms' Fairy Tales by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm
  2. Ashputtel. It happened once that the father was going
  3. to choose a bride for himself. Ashputtel's two sisters were asked to come; so they called
  4. her go. 'You, Ashputtel!' said she; 'you who have nothing to wear, no clothes at all, and
  5. and all flew out again at the windows. Then Ashputtel brought the dish to her mother,
  6. no! you slut, you have no clothes, and cannot dance; you shall not go.' And when Ashputtel
  7. half an hour's time all was done, and out they flew again. And then Ashputtel took the
  8. Now when all were gone, and nobody left at home, Ashputtel went sorrowfully and sat down
  9. and they never once thought of Ashputtel, taking it for granted that she was safe at
  10. open the door they found no one within; and as they came back into the house, Ashputtel
  11. and her father, mother, and sisters were gone, Ashputtel went to the hazel-tree, and said:
  12. ripe fruit; and Ashputtel, not knowing where to hide herself, jumped up into it without
  13. father thought to himself, 'Can it be Ashputtel?' So he had an axe brought; and they cut down
  14. Ashputtel among the ashes; for she had slipped down on the other side of the tree, and carried
  15. the hazel-tree that Ashputtel had planted; and on the branch sat a little dove singing:
  16. 'have you no other daughters?' 'No,' said he; 'there is only a little dirty Ashputtel
  17. were frightened, and turned pale with anger as he took Ashputtel on his horse, and rode
  18. and so went home with her. End of Ashputtel.