You look like a servant girl! But she said nothing. One day, the father got some bad news. He had spent all of his money on a ship that he sent out to sea for trade. Now he learned the ship was gone! Everything on it was lost. All at once, the rich father became as poor as poor could be. The family could no longer stay in their big house.
The fine house, its fine tables and chairs, and all of their fine things, had to be sold. One day, the father got some very bad news. All the father had left was a little hut, deep in the woods. So that is where he and his three daughters had to move. Living in the hut in the woods was hard work. Each day a fire had to be started, meals cooked, the place cleaned up, the garden tended, and things needed fixing when they broke. Now that the family was poor, you might think the two older sisters would help out. Think again. The sisters slept late, took naps, and showed up for meals.
Then — good news! Tell me what fine gift I can bring back for you.
And they both laughed. I forgot all about the rose for Beauty!
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A storm is coming! A moment later, heavy dark rains fell down hard from the sky. Soaking wet, the father saw a blink of light far away. He went closer to the light. Maybe it was a place he could stay for the night.
When he got up close, he saw that it was a large palace with candles in all its windows. Very odd, but the front door was open.
So, the father stepped inside. No answer.
There, before him, was a great feast on a long table. Still no answer. He dared not touch any food on the table. The father sat down in front of the fire to warm himself. He waited. But no one came.
Then he found a bedroom and fell fast asleep. The next morning the table was laid again, but this time with breakfast. Again - most odd! On the way out, he passed a rose garden. Just then, a loud stomp came up from behind. The father spun around. There before him was an awful, huge monster. You will die!
The father fell on his knees. I only picked the rose for one of my daughters. If one of them will come stay here in your place, I will let you go free.
She must stay here forever. In three months, if none of them will come in your place, you must return yourself and take your punishment. When the father got home, Beauty could tell something was wrong. But she knew that was not true. At last, the father told his girls what the Beast had said. Or else, you will die there. I do not have much more time to live. You are young. You must not do this for me! But Beauty would not change her mind. And so two days later, the father took Beauty to the castle where the Beast lived. And that means he is free to go.
That is what you said. At the Beast's palace, the days were long. There was no one for Beauty to talk to, and no books to read.
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Every night at nine, the Beast would come for dinner. She would say nothing. After all, it is not easy to be a prisoner, even if you are at a palace. The Beast would only grunt. Then one time at dinner the Beast made a little joke, and she smiled. Another time, he said something clever, and she looked him in the eye. After that, he would ask her about her day, and she would tell him. The days were long and there was no one for Beauty to talk to.
One day, Beauty came to a part of the palace she had not seen before. Inside the room were shelves of books from the floor to the ceiling. There was a piano, and a cabinet of fine dresses just her size. Now there was much to talk about at dinner! The Beast was glad that Beauty found the room and liked her surprise.
Will you marry me? The king and the queen, who had just come home, and all their court, fell asleep too. The horses slept in the stables, the dogs in the court, the pigeons on the house-top and the very flies slept upon the walls. The cook, who was at that moment pulling the kitchen-boy by the hair to give him a box on the ear for something he had done amiss, let him go, and both fell asleep. The butler, who was slyly tasting the ale, fell asleep with the jug at his lips. And thus everything stood still, and slept soundly. A large hedge of thorns soon grew round the palace and every year it became higher and thicker.
At last, the old palace was surrounded and hidden, so that not even the roof or the chimneys could be seen. This, however, none of them could ever do, for the thorns and bushes laid hold of them, as it were with hands and there they got stuck and could not escape. He told, too, how he had heard from his grandfather that many, many princes had come and had tried to break through the thicket, but that they had all stuck fast in it. Now that very day the hundred years were ended and as the prince came to the thicket he saw nothing but beautiful flowering shrubs.
He got through them with ease and they shut in after him as thick as ever.