The Storyteller's Daughter - Chapters 16-17: The Tale of the Fisherman, the Prince, and the Water Bearer's Daughter, How the Water Bearer's Daughter Finds the Fisherman, the Treasure, and Her Heart. And How the Story Finds its End. In That Order. Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-17: The Tale of the Fisherman, the Prince, and the Water Bearer's Daughter, How the Water Bearer's Daughter Finds the Fisherman, the Treasure, and Her Heart. And How the Story Finds its End. In That Order. Summary

Shahrazad tells her story. In a land not unlike their own, a man, a water bearer lives alone with his daughter, and though they are poor, they are happy. The daughter is renowned for having a kind heart, beauty, bravery and honesty. The prince of their land, a lazy and arrogant young man, sets off from his palace to have an adventure but finds himself lost. A gang of thieves attacks...

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