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Sexing the Cherry - The Twelve Dancing Princesses Summary & Analysis

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The Twelve Dancing Princesses Summary

Jordan bangs on the door, and when a voice behind him addresses him, he explains that he has come to pay his respects to the twelve dancing princesses. She is the eldest and says he may start with her. As he presents the herring that he has brought as a gift, a hand takes and eats the fish. The eldest princess says to excuse her because it is the penalty of love. The twelve princesses sleep in the same room every night from which they fly to a silver city. A clever prince catches them, and they are given in marriage to him and his eleven brothers. They live happily ever after but not with their husbands. The first princess enjoys swimming and falls in love with the mermaid who she eventually runs away with. When she...

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