Once, in the lands across the sea, there was a cobbler. Unremarkable as such an occupation may be here, in those lands it is one of high esteem. They have rugged cliffs to scale, unknown steppes to cross, jagged boulders, spiny hedgehogs, mudflats, cacti, flints, vines, thorns— much of that land, I have heard, is picturesque, with sweeping vistas and forests that anticipate the colors of the sunset.
Frederick, David Gilman
"The Tale of The Troll Maiden and the Cobbler,"
The Mythic Circle: Vol. 2021
, Article 13.
Available at: https://dc.swosu.edu/mcircle/vol2021/iss43/13
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