The Princess and Curdie.
1 The Mountain 2 The White Pigeon 3 The Mistress of the Silver Moon 4 Curdie's Father and Mother 5 The Miners 6 The Emerald 7 What Is in a Name? 8 Curdie's Mission 9 Hands 10 The Heath 11 Lina 12 More Creatures 13 The Baker's Wife 14 The Dogs of Gwyntystorm 15 Derba and Barbara 16 The Mattock 17 The Wine Cellar 18 The King's Kitchen 19 The King's Chamber 20 Counterplotting 21 The Loaf 22 The Lord Chamberlain 23 Dr Kelman 24 The Prophecy 25 The Avengers. CHAPTER 1. The Mountain. Curdie was the son of Peter the miner. He lived with his father and mother in a cottage built on a mountain, and he worked with his father inside the mountain. A mountain is a strange and awful thing.
Librivox recording of The Princess and Curdie by George MacDonald. Read by Lizzie Driver . After a visit from Irene's her, Curdie finds himself on a mission to save the kingdom, with a rather strange companion in tow. (Summary by Lizzie Driver). For more free audiobooks, or to become a volunteer reader, please visit librivox. Download M4B (165MB). Identifierthe princess and curdie librivox.
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Then Curdie persuaded the princess also to go to sleep, and telling Lina to watch, went to the housemaid. He asked her if she could inform him which of the council slept in the palace, and show him their rooms. She knew every one of them, she said, and took him the round of all their doors, telling him which slept in each room. At last, with the mission given him by the wonderful princess and his consequent adventures, Curdie brought up the whole tale to the present moment. Then a silence fell, and Irene and Curdie thought the king was asleep. But he was far from it; he was thinking about many things.
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