20 thoughts on “Three Gold Pieces – a Greek Folktale

      1. I had a book as a child (actually it was four volumes) of one folktale for every day of the year. It had a wonderful mixture of European but also African tales in it, some just half a page long, some running to 10 pages or so. I loved those stories.

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      2. I just saw that in my answer above part of a sentence was completely missing. I’ve amended it but I thought I mention it again since you must have thought I wasn’t making much sense: the book contained one folktale for every day of the year. It was called “Mรคrchen fรผr 365 und einen Tag” (Fairytales/Folktales for 365 and one day)

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