The Princess and Curdie

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Dent, 1951 - Fairy tales - 238 pages
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A miner's son is entrusted with the weighty task of saving the king, the princess, and consequently the kingdom. He is directed in his efforts by a mysterious fairy queen who provides monstrous but gentle creatures to aid him.

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Review: The Princess and Curdie (Princess Irene and Curdie #2)

User Review  - Tessa - Goodreads

I somehow carried a beautiful feeling the entire time I read it, as I usually do with George MacDonald. The characters are admirable but relatable, and I freaking LOVE that when the story worked as an ... Read full review

Review: The Princess and Curdie (Princess Irene and Curdie #2)

User Review  - Iris - Goodreads

"The Princess and Curdie" finishes the tale started in "The Princess and the Goblin." While "The Princess and the Goblin" felt mystical, this one seems more allegorical. The allegory distracts from ... Read full review

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CHAP PAGE i The Mountain
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The White Pigeon
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The Mistress of the Silver Moon
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