History Literature / Donkeyskin

11th Mar '16 11:51:03 PM ACW
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*** Inverted in a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to marry her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and kill his [[OffingTheOffspring grandchildren]]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]

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*** Inverted in a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to marry her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and kill his [[OffingTheOffspring grandchildren]]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]
7th Mar '16 10:20:32 AM thewhitefairy
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*** In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to marry her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and kill his [[OffingTheOffspring grandchildren]]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]

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*** In Inverted in a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to marry her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and kill his [[OffingTheOffspring grandchildren]]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]
7th Mar '16 10:18:21 AM thewhitefairy
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*** In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to married her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and kill his [[OffingTheOffspring grandchildren]]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]

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*** In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to married marry her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and kill his [[OffingTheOffspring grandchildren]]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]
7th Mar '16 10:15:46 AM thewhitefairy
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*** In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to married her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and ''kill his [[OffingTheOffspring grandchildren'']]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]

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*** In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to married her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and ''kill kill his [[OffingTheOffspring grandchildren'']].grandchildren]]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]
7th Mar '16 10:15:22 AM thewhitefairy
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*** In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to married her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and [[OffingTheOffspring ''kill his grandchildren'']]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]

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*** In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father king Thibaud who wanted to married her. When he learned she finally married king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and and ''kill his [[OffingTheOffspring ''kill his grandchildren'']]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]
7th Mar '16 10:13:16 AM thewhitefairy
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*** In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father King Thibaud who wanted to married her. When he learned she finally married King of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and [[OffingTheOffspring''kill his grandchildren'']]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]

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*** In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father King king Thibaud who wanted to married her. When he learned she finally married King king of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and [[OffingTheOffspring''kill [[OffingTheOffspring ''kill his grandchildren'']]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]
7th Mar '16 10:12:17 AM thewhitefairy
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***In a primitive version called ''Doralice'' by Giovanni Francesco Straparola, the titular princess run away from her father King Thibaud who wanted to married her. When he learned she finally married King of England Genese, Thibaud hide in the castle and [[OffingTheOffspring''kill his grandchildren'']]. He let Doralice be accused of the crime and be condemned to death by scaphism. Fortunately, Doralice 's nurse testimony for her and it's Thibaud who end up dismembered. Let's say this version of the king [[CompleteMonster was a bona fide villain.]]
22nd Nov '15 2:49:05 PM thewhitefairy
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* OlderThanTheyThink: The tale is inspired of the legend of Saint Dymphna of Geel, an Irish princess that her pagan father wished to marry. The fairy tale is a version of this story without its original DownerEnding: the christian Dymphna ran away, but when her father found her, she refused once again to marry him and he killed her.
22nd Nov '15 2:48:43 PM thewhitefairy
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* OlderThanTheyThink: The tale is inspired of the legend of Saint Dymphna of Geel, an Irish princess that her pagan father wished to marry. The fairy tale is a version of this story without its original DownerEnding: the christian Dymphna ran away, but when her father found her, she refused once again to marry him and he killed her.
22nd Nov '15 2:39:37 PM thewhitefairy
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*LoveBeforeFirstSight: In some versions the princess has never seen the prince before being asked to bake a cake for him. But she still puts her ring in the cake so he can find her later, ultimately marrying him.
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