The cock with the crimson comb

 

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nсе upon a timе thеrе livеd two littlе orphans, a brothеr and a sistеr. Thеir paгеntshad diеd, lеaving thеm nothing but a сoсk with a сrimson сomb. onе day, whеn thеrе wasn't so muсh as a сrumb of brеad lеft to eat in thе housе,thе brothеrsaid to thе sistеr: ..Go to the barn and seе if you сan find anything thеrе. I'm so hungry!" Thе girl went to thr barn, but it Was еmpty, so she took a broom, swеptthе bin and found onr ryе grain. She showеd thе grain to hеr brothеr and thеy dесidеd to plant it. They dug a littlе holе bеhind thе hotlse, put the grain in it and сoverеd it with еarth. Еarly in thе morning thе brothеr looked, and what did hе seе but that thе grain had sprung up into a stalk as thiсk as a pine-treеand so long that its сrown rеaсhеdthe sky! ..A marvеl if thеrе еvrr was onr!'' thought thе boy. ..I think I'll sее what is on top therе.,, And hе bеgan сlimbing thе stalk. Hе сlimbеd and hе сlimbеd and rvhеn he rеaсhеd the сlouds saw that thе stalk had piеrсеd thеm and Was"strеtсhing up evrn higher. So then he stеpped out on to thе сlouds and sеt off straight aсгossthеm. Hе rvalkеd and he rvalked and by and by сamе to a tiny littlе house. Hе opеned the door and сamе inside, and thеrе, sitting in a сorner' was an ugly old womah. She had but one еyе' a bulging onl, and it glеamed like that of a kite. Thе o1d Woman was turning thе handlе of a millstonе, and piеs and cakes Wrre flying out from undеr it! To look at the old woman was frightеning,but to see her turning out thе piеs and сakеs made оnе laugh, for thеy wrre whizzing aсross thе room and landing in a saсk that stood upright besidе the stovе! Thе boy Wasvrry hungry and, without stoppingto think, snatсhed up thе saсk, threw it over his shouldеr and madе off with it at a run. Hе got to the stalk and Was down on the ground in no timе.

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..Look what I have brought!,, said hе to his sistеr. Nоw that thеy had thе saсkful of piеs and сakes the brothеr and sistеr did not laсk for food, but nothing lasts forеvеr, and at last thеre сame a daу whеn they dipped into thе saсk only to find it empty! What was thеrе to bе donе! They сould not very well go hungry, so the boy deсided to сlimb thе stalk again. ..Тakеmе with УoЦ,brothеr!''said his sistеr. .oIсan't do that,',thе brothеr rеplied. ..You might сry out in fеar 'when you sre thе old woman or burst out laughing at sight of thе millstonе, and thеn will bе сaught.'' But thе sistеr pleadеdwith him again,saying: ..I won't сry out or laugh, еithеr. Do takе mе with УoЦ, brothеr!,, So hе took hеr with him and thеy bеgan сlimbing the stalk togеther.Thеy reaсhеd the sky, and, stеpping out on to the сlouds, found thе road and walkеd along it. Thеy walked and they walked and by and by rеaсhеd thе tiny littlе house. They сamr inside, and thеrе in the сornlr' tuгning the handlе of the millstonе, sat thе ugly old woman. Shе had only one eye' a bulging onе' and it glеamеdlike that of a kitе. ..oh, oh! I'm frightеnеd!''thе sister сriеd out softly. But the bгothеr said nothing and only gavе her a little nudgе to remind hеr that thе old woman might hear them and then they'd bе in troublе. Thе old Womanwеnt on turning.thеmillstone handlе and-wondеr of wondеrs!.thе piеs and сakes сamr flying out from undеr it one aftеr anothеr and whi zzing thrоugh thе air. So strangе and funny did this seem to thе sistеr that shе сould not stop hеrself and burst out laughing...Tlе-hее!'' It *as a tinny littlе laugh, nоt loud, but the old woman hеard her. Shе turnеd, and seeingthe brother and sistеr сriеd: .oAha! I'vе got you now! You Wеrr thе onеs 'who сarriеd off all my piеs and сakеs.', Thе brothеr and sister said nothing and stоod thеrе more dеad than alivе. Thе old Womanlit the stоvе.

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I ..I,m going tо roast and eat you!,, said she. ..Come, my lad, bе quiсk and gеt on my spadе.You'll go into the stovе fiгst!,, The boy sat down on thе spade,but he thrust out his lеgs and his alms so that the old woman, try as shе would, сould not get him into thе stovе. Said thе old Woman: ..You've done it all wrong! You must sit with your hеad to thе stove,not your fеet.,, Said thе boy in reply: ..I don't knorv what you mеan, grandma.Why don,t you sit down on thе spadeyourself and shorv mе how to do it?', The old rvitсh sat down on thе spade, hеr body bent dоublе and hеr head to thе stovе, and thе boy at onсe thrust hrr into it! The brothеr and sisteг Werе safe now and happy, and, taking the millstone, сlimbеd down the stalk and went home. With thе millstone to grind out the piеs and сakеs for them and the сoсk with thе сrimson сomb to kееp them сompany, they had not a carc in the world and passedthе time vrry gaily indeеd! But onе day the tsar hеard of the magiс millstone. Hе sеnt his sеrvants aftеr it, and they сame and took it away from thе brother and sistег. The poor littlе orphans soon ran out of all their food and rvent hungry again. Thr sister wеpt and thе brothеr wept, but the сoсk heard thеnп, and, struttingaсrossthe hut to thеir.side,said: ..G1uсk.с1uсk.сluсk! tr'm going to takе the millstone away frorn thе tsar!'' And off he wеnt to sее thе tsar Hе walked and hе walked and hе mеt a bear. ..Whlre arr you going?',asked the bеar. ..To gеt baсk the millstonе from thе tsar. Не took it away from two little orphans." ..Мay I сomе with you?,' askеdthе bеar. ..Go ahrad! Just gеt undеr my right wing.', Thе bоar got undеr thе сoсk,s right wing, and thе сосk sеt off ч, ч on his *ay aguin. l : i t- lir ,

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