A story about a king and his garden...that somehow turns into a story with genies, witches, boats full of male models, guys getting boiled alive, angry kitties, and secret agent mice. It's the story of the bronze ring, as collected by Scottish writer Andrew Lang.
The creature this time just wants to pop on by your hut for a beer and maybe turn you into an undying goblin. Because he likes you so much.
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Have you ever read about the pandavas? It is a very old Indian mythology. Or the folklore about Birbal? They are both very good, while the pandavas are more of a saga, while birbal is more of small stories broken up into different parts. May I also suggest a book called Indian Folklore and Legends by Pratibha Nath? Thank you for reading this.
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