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Friday, December 9, 2011


Rumpelstiltskin is actually about a miller's daughter called Isabella. She was really pretty. It all started of with them living near a river and then a prince came and saw Isabella and fell in love with her the miller said, "she can make gold out of straw."

A king came so the prince talk to him and saying that he wanted to marry and she can make gold out out of straw and the king said nonsence so went to his palace. He was thinking about gold so he called Grinling and said "Take the daughter of the miller."So Grinling went off and brought her to the palace and Isabella wanted to marry the prince too so the king said "Make gold from straw and I will let you marry him."

So the king put her in a jail where there are loads of straw and a wheel she doesn't even know how to make gold from straw then a little creature he knows make gold out of straw he did it three times and pure gold came out and the little creature said "Give me your necklace."

She was sad because his father rarely found this necklace. "Give me your Ring."

She was sad againthis was her mother's ring she had no choice; she gave it to him now he said, "Give me your baby when you get married."and Isabella said, "no way."

The little creature said, "Ok, ok, I will give you a chance but you have to find out my name in the next three days and he disappeared. So the prince was sad. So he told some of the knights to search everywhere. They got fed up so they put a tent and played with cards all day long. Three days later in the afternoon he came near the knights and shouted his name, Rumpelstiltskin and the knights heard it so the knights ran of to the palace.

At night the little creature came and he said, "Now do you know my name?"
"Yes," said Isabella. "It is Rumpelstiltskin."

So Rumpelstiltskin got so angry that he stamped his big foot so hard that there was a hole. He stamped so many times that he went centre of the Earth and they never did see him again. Isabella and the prince got more babies and they lived happily ever after. The end.

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