Unformatted text preview: become jealous and when the youngest has a child they send her off into the sea in a barrel. They land upon an island where the son finds and helps a swan. The swan is thankful and gives the prince a kingdom. When he becomes homesick the swan turns him into a mosquito, where he returns to his fathers kingdom and stings his aunt in the eye. This happens again with his aunt and then his grandmother. He wishes for a wife, the swan turns into a princess and the tsar comes to find his son and new daughter in law. This became quite mangled of a story to me but I enjoyed that language, as usual, in Pushkin piece, especially aloud....
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- Fall '06
- Tsar Saltan, Fairest Princess Swan