Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin - Chapters 19-24 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Nineteen: Trolls, Witches and Poison Apples

The trolls thought that Rump looked like a nice tasty boy. But Bork, one of the trolls, thought he didn’t smell like most humans. He cut him down and brought him to a clearing where more trolls were gathered. He told Mard, a girl troll, to smell Rump. Rump asked them to get it over fast which the trolls found very funny. They didn’t want to eat him - he was too skinny! They generally didn’t eat humans but wanted them to think they did so the humans would leave them alone. If the humans weren’t afraid of them, they’d try to make slaves out of the trolls.

The trolls stopped Rump from eating an apple because it could have killed him. It wasn’t an ordinary apple tree – it had...

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