CinderellaBook - 2000
PZ8 .C488 2000
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"The prince's attention to her was even greater than on the first evening, and in her delight, time slipped by quickly. They were talking together near a lovely pool when he said, 'Truly, my lady, I am sure we have known each other, but perhaps it is just that your face reminds me of the gentle sun and your voice reminds me of the sweet bluebird that sings at my window.'"
"At that moment, Cinderella heard a clock strike the first stroke of twelve. Without so much as a good-bye, she leaped up with fright and fled as lightly as a deer. The prince followed, but could not catch up to the nimble maiden."
"Cinderella arrived at home breathless and weary, ragged and cold, without carriage or footmen or coachmen. The only remnant of her magnificence was ***one of her little glass slippers***; the other she had dropped on the palace stairs as she ran away."
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