Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin - Chapters 13-18 Summary & Analysis

Liesl Shurtliff
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Chapter Thirteen: The Witch of the Woods

Rump gave one of the gnomes a message for Red. He was going to the woods to see the witch. If he didn’t return, he asked that she feed his animals. The woods were eerie and he couldn’t find the path that he and Red had taken. Suddenly, Red turned up and told him that the witch couldn’t fix his problems. The witch could cause him more problems. But Opal was in big trouble and needed help. Red finally agreed to take Rump to the witch. Suddenly, the path reappeared underneath his feet.

It was a long walk to the witch’s cottage. Rump was frightened and was about to turn around when the cottage door opened. It was Red’s granny. She was making stew that smelled wonderful. Inside there were little...

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