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Unformatted text preview: Ja’Mere Tyler English 4 January 27, 2008 Mr. Fonash Rumpelstilskin Once there was a poor miller with a beautiful daughter. The miller was summoned to speak with the king and in order to make himself important next to the king the miller bragged that he had a daughter that could turn straw to gold. The king decided to put the miller’s daughter to the test because either way he would be pleased because he would have gold or he would get to punish the miller for lying by killing the miller’s daughter. The girl was brought into a room filled to the top with straw and was given a spinning-wheel and a reel and the king said “woman if you don’t make me gold by morning you will die.” The miller’s daughter was left to spin and while in the room she cried at how she was expected to spin straw to gold for this feminist pig. Also, she cried because she didn’t know how to do it anyway, so she cried and cried until the door opened and this...
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2010 for the course ENG 4462337 taught by Professor Dr. fenway during the Spring '10 term at Community College of Philadelphia.
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