Favorite Folktales from Around the World Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:


Why does the man return to marry the girl at the end of "The Three Sillies"'? (from The Fool: Numbskulls and Noodleheads)


In "The Longwitton Dragon," why can the knight not slay the dragon? (from Heros: Likely and Unlikely)


Where did "The Princess on the Glass Hill" ' originate? (from Wonder Talkes, Tall Tales, and Brag)


How long does the fisherman have to live in "Then the Merman Laughed"? (from Not Quite Human)


In "It Could Always Be Worse," what does the man complain about to his Rabbi? (from The Getting of Wisdom)

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