Rump: The True Story of Rumpelstiltskin Setting

Liesl Shurtliff
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The Village

Rump lived in a cottage with his grandmother in an unnamed village. The village was located in a mountainous region and was surrounded by woods.

The Mountain

Rump and all the kids and men worked in the gold mines in the mountain. They were required to turn over their gold to the miller who gave it to the King. In exchange for their gold, they were given weekly rations.

The Castle

Opal was the miller’s daughter and had been taken by the King to his castle. Her father claimed that she could spin gold but she can’t. Rump felt guilty for the spot that Opal was in and took off for the castle to save her.

Yonder

Rump traveled to the village of Yonder to find his aunts. He wanted to learn more about his mother who died when he was born. He stayed with...

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