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[ "With almost everything else to make them happy , they wanted one thing : they had no children .", "This vexed the king even more than the queen , who was very clever and learned , and who had hated dolls when she was a child .", "However , she , too in spite of all the books she read and all the pictures she painted , would have been glad enough to be the mother of a little prince .", "The king was anxious to consult the fairies , but the queen would not hear of such a thing .", "She did not believe in fairies : she said that they had never existed ; and that she maintained , though The History of the Royal Family was full of chapters about nothing else .", "Well , at long and at last they had a little boy , who was generally regarded as the finest baby that had ever been seen .", "Even her majesty herself remarked that , though she could never believe all the courtiers told her , yet he certainly was a fine child -- a very fine child .", "Now , the time drew near for the christening party , and the king and queen were sitting at breakfast in their summer parlour talking over it .", "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''" ]
replied the XXXXX ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .
queen
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[ "With almost everything else to make them happy , they wanted one thing : they had no children .", "This vexed the king even more than the queen , who was very clever and learned , and who had hated dolls when she was a child .", "However , she , too in spite of all the books she read and all the pictures she painted , would have been glad enough to be the mother of a little prince .", "The king was anxious to consult the fairies , but the queen would not hear of such a thing .", "She did not believe in fairies : she said that they had never existed ; and that she maintained , though The History of the Royal Family was full of chapters about nothing else .", "Well , at long and at last they had a little boy , who was generally regarded as the finest baby that had ever been seen .", "Even her majesty herself remarked that , though she could never believe all the courtiers told her , yet he certainly was a fine child -- a very fine child .", "Now , the time drew near for the christening party , and the king and queen were sitting at breakfast in their summer parlour talking over it .", "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''" ]
replied the queen ; for the XXXXX 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .
king
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[ "With almost everything else to make them happy , they wanted one thing : they had no children .", "This vexed the king even more than the queen , who was very clever and learned , and who had hated dolls when she was a child .", "However , she , too in spite of all the books she read and all the pictures she painted , would have been glad enough to be the mother of a little prince .", "The king was anxious to consult the fairies , but the queen would not hear of such a thing .", "She did not believe in fairies : she said that they had never existed ; and that she maintained , though The History of the Royal Family was full of chapters about nothing else .", "Well , at long and at last they had a little boy , who was generally regarded as the finest baby that had ever been seen .", "Even her majesty herself remarked that , though she could never believe all the courtiers told her , yet he certainly was a fine child -- a very fine child .", "Now , the time drew near for the christening party , and the king and queen were sitting at breakfast in their summer parlour talking over it .", "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''" ]
replied the queen ; for the king 's XXXXX were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .
aunts
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[ "This vexed the king even more than the queen , who was very clever and learned , and who had hated dolls when she was a child .", "However , she , too in spite of all the books she read and all the pictures she painted , would have been glad enough to be the mother of a little prince .", "The king was anxious to consult the fairies , but the queen would not hear of such a thing .", "She did not believe in fairies : she said that they had never existed ; and that she maintained , though The History of the Royal Family was full of chapters about nothing else .", "Well , at long and at last they had a little boy , who was generally regarded as the finest baby that had ever been seen .", "Even her majesty herself remarked that , though she could never believe all the courtiers told her , yet he certainly was a fine child -- a very fine child .", "Now , the time drew near for the christening party , and the king and queen were sitting at breakfast in their summer parlour talking over it .", "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it ." ]
`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the XXXXX ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''
king
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[ "This vexed the king even more than the queen , who was very clever and learned , and who had hated dolls when she was a child .", "However , she , too in spite of all the books she read and all the pictures she painted , would have been glad enough to be the mother of a little prince .", "The king was anxious to consult the fairies , but the queen would not hear of such a thing .", "She did not believe in fairies : she said that they had never existed ; and that she maintained , though The History of the Royal Family was full of chapters about nothing else .", "Well , at long and at last they had a little boy , who was generally regarded as the finest baby that had ever been seen .", "Even her majesty herself remarked that , though she could never believe all the courtiers told her , yet he certainly was a fine child -- a very fine child .", "Now , the time drew near for the christening party , and the king and queen were sitting at breakfast in their summer parlour talking over it .", "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it ." ]
`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a XXXXX . ''
boy
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[ "However , she , too in spite of all the books she read and all the pictures she painted , would have been glad enough to be the mother of a little prince .", "The king was anxious to consult the fairies , but the queen would not hear of such a thing .", "She did not believe in fairies : she said that they had never existed ; and that she maintained , though The History of the Royal Family was full of chapters about nothing else .", "Well , at long and at last they had a little boy , who was generally regarded as the finest baby that had ever been seen .", "Even her majesty herself remarked that , though she could never believe all the courtiers told her , yet he certainly was a fine child -- a very fine child .", "Now , the time drew near for the christening party , and the king and queen were sitting at breakfast in their summer parlour talking over it .", "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''" ]
Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The XXXXX , of course , you have invited ?
fairies
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[ "Well , at long and at last they had a little boy , who was generally regarded as the finest baby that had ever been seen .", "Even her majesty herself remarked that , though she could never believe all the courtiers told her , yet he certainly was a fine child -- a very fine child .", "Now , the time drew near for the christening party , and the king and queen were sitting at breakfast in their summer parlour talking over it .", "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''" ]
cried the XXXXX .
queen
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[ "Even her majesty herself remarked that , though she could never believe all the courtiers told her , yet he certainly was a fine child -- a very fine child .", "Now , the time drew near for the christening party , and the king and queen were sitting at breakfast in their summer parlour talking over it .", "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen ." ]
`` How often must I tell you that there are no XXXXX ?
fairies
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[ "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''" ]
`` They are very old friends of our XXXXX , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .
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[ "It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .", "There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .", "There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .", "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''" ]
`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the XXXXX timidly .
king
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[ "On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .", "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''" ]
`` Your XXXXX ! ''
grandmother
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[ "There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .", "Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .", "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''" ]
interrupted her XXXXX .
majesty
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[ "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !" ]
If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the XXXXX almost devoured it with kisses .
queen
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[ "said the king .", "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses ." ]
And so the XXXXX were not invited !
fairies
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[ "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !" ]
It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the XXXXX had not been asked .
fairies
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[ "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres ." ]
The end of it was that the XXXXX and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !
king
[ "boy", "cats", "family", "head", "king", "ladies", "nonsense", "occasion", "party", "subject" ]
[ "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres ." ]
The end of it was that the king and XXXXX had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !
queen
[ "aunts", "friends", "king", "ladies", "nobles", "nurse", "occasion", "prison", "queen", "thing" ]
[ "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it .", "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''" ]
shouted the XXXXX , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .
king
[ "I.", "anyone", "aunts", "captives", "grandmother", "king", "nobles", "none", "nonsense", "subject" ]
[ "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' said the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", "Then he waited a little , and remarked : `` The fairies , of course , you have invited ?", "It has always been usual , in our family , on an occasion like this ; and I think we have neglected them a little of late . ''", "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds ." ]
Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the XXXXX looked up , lo and behold !
queen
[ "I.", "anyone", "captives", "guests", "none", "occasion", "plates", "queen", "subject", "way" ]
[ "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?" ]
The XXXXX did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .
king
[ "end", "glasses", "head", "king", "parcel", "parcels", "party", "prison", "rustling", "seat" ]
[ "`` How can you be so absurd ? ''", "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?" ]
The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the XXXXX .
fairies
[ "air", "baby", "dens", "fairies", "friends", "grandmother", "king", "majesty", "others", "thing" ]
[ "cried the queen .", "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies ." ]
But the XXXXX , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .
queen
[ "captives", "dens", "head", "lo", "matter", "none", "parcels", "plates", "queen", "rustling" ]
[ "`` How often must I tell you that there are no fairies ?", "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them ." ]
You see , she did not believe in XXXXX , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .
fairies
[ "air", "end", "fairies", "friends", "glasses", "kisses", "nobles", "nonsense", "parcel", "prison" ]
[ "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them ." ]
So she talked across the XXXXX to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .
fairies
[ "air", "captives", "eyes", "fairies", "grandmother", "kisses", "lo", "nonsense", "plates", "sound" ]
[ "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them ." ]
So she talked across the fairies to the XXXXX , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .
king
[ "I.", "fairies", "flutter", "grandmother", "head", "king", "majesty", "noise", "prison", "soup" ]
[ "And even if there were -- but , no matter ; pray let us drop the subject . ''", "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them ." ]
So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the XXXXX behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .
king
[ "anyone", "fairy", "flutter", "grandmother", "king", "nobles", "parcel", "parcels", "prison", "queen" ]
[ "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were ." ]
When dinner was over , and when the XXXXX had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .
nurse
[ "dens", "fairies", "flutter", "glasses", "king", "lo", "nurse", "party", "prison", "thing" ]
[ "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were ." ]
When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the XXXXX , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .
baby
[ "baby", "course", "fairies", "family", "majesty", "nonsense", "nurse", "parcels", "seat", "soup" ]
[ "`` They are very old friends of our family , my dear , that 's all , '' said the king timidly .", "`` Often and often they have been godmothers to us .", "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were ." ]
When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the XXXXX gave him the most magnificent presents .
fairies
[ "course", "fairies", "guests", "notice", "parcel", "prison", "queen", "rustling", "sound", "table" ]
[ "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself ." ]
Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last XXXXX of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''
fairy
[ "boots", "dinner", "fairy", "flutter", "guests", "hand", "others", "pair", "plates", "queen" ]
[ "One , in particular , was most kind and most serviceable to Cinderella I. , my own grandmother . ''", "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself ." ]
Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old XXXXX , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''
thing
[ "course", "dens", "majesty", "nobles", "none", "nurse", "pair", "presents", "purse", "thing" ]
[ "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''" ]
This XXXXX 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .
fairy
[ "baby", "captives", "course", "fairy", "flutter", "lo", "nobles", "nonsense", "soup", "thing" ]
[ "`` Your grandmother ! ''", "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''" ]
This fairy 's gift would have pleased the XXXXX , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .
queen
[ "anyone", "baby", "eyes", "flutter", "king", "noise", "notice", "nurse", "pair", "queen" ]
[ "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself ." ]
But she took no XXXXX at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .
notice
[ "anyone", "captives", "dinner", "eyes", "guests", "notice", "parcels", "plates", "rustling", "soup" ]
[ "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself ." ]
But she took no notice at all ; and the XXXXX went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .
fairies
[ "boots", "captives", "fairies", "kisses", "noise", "none", "notice", "nurse", "prison", "soup" ]
[ "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself ." ]
But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and XXXXX of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .
none
[ "anyone", "end", "fairies", "majesty", "none", "nonsense", "others", "party", "plates", "queen" ]
[ "interrupted her majesty .", "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself ." ]
But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the XXXXX , a little .
king
[ "anyone", "baby", "child", "dinner", "fairies", "fairy", "flutter", "king", "noise", "sound" ]
[ "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little ." ]
But the XXXXX tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''
queen
[ "child", "end", "fairy", "hand", "king", "others", "plates", "purse", "queen", "seat" ]
[ "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little ." ]
But the queen tossed all their nice XXXXX and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''
boots
[ "boots", "captives", "fairies", "gift", "notice", "presents", "purse", "seat", "table", "thing" ]
[ "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little ." ]
But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of XXXXX , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''
course
[ "anything", "baby", "child", "course", "dens", "dinner", "flutter", "nonsense", "pair", "party" ]
[ "`` Fiddle-de-dee !", "If anyone puts such nonsense into the head of my little Prigio -- '' But here the baby was brought in by the nurse , and the queen almost devoured it with kisses .", "And so the fairies were not invited !", "It was an extraordinary thing , but none of the nobles could come to the christening party when they learned that the fairies had not been asked .", "Some were abroad ; several were ill ; a few were in prison among the Saracens ; others were captives in the dens of ogres .", "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little ." ]
But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all XXXXX , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''
nonsense
[ "country", "course", "eyes", "gift", "glasses", "lo", "nonsense", "notice", "party", "seat" ]
[ "The end of it was that the king and queen had to sit down alone , one at each end of a very long table , arrayed with plates and glasses for a hundred guests -- for a hundred guests who never came !", "`` Any soup , my dear ? ''", "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?" ]
Well , that was his XXXXX .
name
[ "baby", "books", "course", "end", "glasses", "name", "nobody", "noise", "purses", "swords" ]
[ "shouted the king , through a speaking-trumpet ; when , suddenly , the air was filled with a sound like the rustling of the wings of birds .", "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was ." ]
He argued with his XXXXX as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .
nurse
[ "carpets", "child", "dinner", "eyes", "fairy", "hand", "king", "none", "nurse", "parcels" ]
[ "Flitter , flitter , flutter , went the noise ; and when the queen looked up , lo and behold !", "on every seat was a lovely fairy , dressed in green , each with a most interesting-looking parcel in her hand .", "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon ." ]
He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his XXXXX .
eyes
[ "CHAPTER", "baby", "country", "course", "eyes", "fairies", "nobody", "notice", "palace", "properties" ]
[ "Do n't you like opening parcels ?", "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .", "He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his eyes .", "However , when he was told all about the pores of the skin , and how they could not be healthy if he was not washed , he at once ceased to resist , for he was very reasonable ." ]
He argued with his father that he did not see why there should be kings who were rich , while beggars were poor ; and why the XXXXX -- who was a little greedy -- should have poached eggs and plum-cake at afternoon tea , while many other persons went without dinner .
king
[ "anything", "child", "eyes", "gift", "king", "nobody", "palace", "prince", "purse", "thing" ]
[ "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .", "He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his eyes .", "However , when he was told all about the pores of the skin , and how they could not be healthy if he was not washed , he at once ceased to resist , for he was very reasonable .", "He argued with his father that he did not see why there should be kings who were rich , while beggars were poor ; and why the king -- who was a little greedy -- should have poached eggs and plum-cake at afternoon tea , while many other persons went without dinner ." ]
The XXXXX was so surprised and hurt at these remarks that he boxed the prince 's ears , saying , `` I 'll teach you to be too clever , my lad . ''
king
[ "beggars", "country", "eggs", "king", "name", "notice", "nurse", "prince", "properties", "purse" ]
[ "The king did , and he was most friendly and polite to the fairies .", "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .", "He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his eyes .", "However , when he was told all about the pores of the skin , and how they could not be healthy if he was not washed , he at once ceased to resist , for he was very reasonable .", "He argued with his father that he did not see why there should be kings who were rich , while beggars were poor ; and why the king -- who was a little greedy -- should have poached eggs and plum-cake at afternoon tea , while many other persons went without dinner ." ]
The king was so surprised and hurt at these remarks that he boxed the XXXXX 's ears , saying , `` I 'll teach you to be too clever , my lad . ''
prince
[ "anything", "child", "country", "eyes", "fairy", "nonsense", "pair", "pantomime", "prince", "purse" ]
[ "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .", "He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his eyes .", "However , when he was told all about the pores of the skin , and how they could not be healthy if he was not washed , he at once ceased to resist , for he was very reasonable .", "He argued with his father that he did not see why there should be kings who were rich , while beggars were poor ; and why the king -- who was a little greedy -- should have poached eggs and plum-cake at afternoon tea , while many other persons went without dinner .", "The king was so surprised and hurt at these remarks that he boxed the prince 's ears , saying , `` I 'll teach you to be too clever , my lad . ''" ]
Then he remembered the awful curse of the oldest XXXXX , and was sorry for the rudeness of the queen .
fairy
[ "dinner", "eggs", "fairies", "fairy", "lad", "notice", "pair", "prince", "properties", "skin" ]
[ "But the queen , though she saw them distinctly , took no notice of them .", "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .", "He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his eyes .", "However , when he was told all about the pores of the skin , and how they could not be healthy if he was not washed , he at once ceased to resist , for he was very reasonable .", "He argued with his father that he did not see why there should be kings who were rich , while beggars were poor ; and why the king -- who was a little greedy -- should have poached eggs and plum-cake at afternoon tea , while many other persons went without dinner .", "The king was so surprised and hurt at these remarks that he boxed the prince 's ears , saying , `` I 'll teach you to be too clever , my lad . ''" ]
Then he remembered the awful curse of the oldest fairy , and was sorry for the rudeness of the XXXXX .
queen
[ "books", "eggs", "fairies", "kings", "lad", "palace", "purses", "queen", "remarks", "skin" ]
[ "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .", "He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his eyes .", "However , when he was told all about the pores of the skin , and how they could not be healthy if he was not washed , he at once ceased to resist , for he was very reasonable .", "He argued with his father that he did not see why there should be kings who were rich , while beggars were poor ; and why the king -- who was a little greedy -- should have poached eggs and plum-cake at afternoon tea , while many other persons went without dinner .", "The king was so surprised and hurt at these remarks that he boxed the prince 's ears , saying , `` I 'll teach you to be too clever , my lad . ''", "Then he remembered the awful curse of the oldest fairy , and was sorry for the rudeness of the queen ." ]
And when the XXXXX , after having his ears boxed , said that `` force was no argument , '' the king went away in a rage .
prince
[ "books", "carpets", "dinner", "fairies", "fairy", "pair", "prince", "properties", "purse", "queen" ]
[ "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .", "He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his eyes .", "However , when he was told all about the pores of the skin , and how they could not be healthy if he was not washed , he at once ceased to resist , for he was very reasonable .", "He argued with his father that he did not see why there should be kings who were rich , while beggars were poor ; and why the king -- who was a little greedy -- should have poached eggs and plum-cake at afternoon tea , while many other persons went without dinner .", "The king was so surprised and hurt at these remarks that he boxed the prince 's ears , saying , `` I 'll teach you to be too clever , my lad . ''", "Then he remembered the awful curse of the oldest fairy , and was sorry for the rudeness of the queen ." ]
And when the prince , after having his XXXXX boxed , said that `` force was no argument , '' the king went away in a rage .
ears
[ "books", "caps", "curse", "ears", "eyes", "gift", "name", "nobody", "none", "nonsense" ]
[ "You see , she did not believe in fairies , nor in her own eyes , when she saw them .", "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .", "He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his eyes .", "However , when he was told all about the pores of the skin , and how they could not be healthy if he was not washed , he at once ceased to resist , for he was very reasonable .", "He argued with his father that he did not see why there should be kings who were rich , while beggars were poor ; and why the king -- who was a little greedy -- should have poached eggs and plum-cake at afternoon tea , while many other persons went without dinner .", "The king was so surprised and hurt at these remarks that he boxed the prince 's ears , saying , `` I 'll teach you to be too clever , my lad . ''", "Then he remembered the awful curse of the oldest fairy , and was sorry for the rudeness of the queen ." ]
And when the prince , after having his ears boxed , said that `` force was no argument , '' the XXXXX went away in a rage .
king
[ "CHAPTER", "boots", "course", "fairies", "fairy", "father", "king", "queen", "remarks", "rudeness" ]
[ "So she talked across the fairies to the king , just as if they had not been there ; but the king behaved as politely as if they were real -- which , of course , they were .", "When dinner was over , and when the nurse had brought in the baby , all the fairies gave him the most magnificent presents .", "One offered a purse which could never be empty ; and one a pair of seven-leagued boots ; and another a cap of darkness , that nobody might see the prince when he put it on ; and another a wishing-cap ; and another a carpet , on which , when he sat , he was carried wherever he wished to find himself .", "Another made him beautiful for ever ; and another , brave ; and another , lucky : but the last fairy of all , a cross old thing , crept up and said , `` My child , you shall be too clever ! ''", "This fairy 's gift would have pleased the queen , if she had believed in it , more than anything else , because she was so clever herself .", "But she took no notice at all ; and the fairies went each to her own country , and none of them stayed there at the palace , where nobody believed in them , except the king , a little .", "But the queen tossed all their nice boots and caps , carpets , purses , swords , and all , away into a dark lumber-room ; for , of course , she thought that they were all nonsense , and merely old rubbish out of books , or pantomime `` properties . ''", "CHAPTER II .", "-LCB- Chapter heading picture : p9.jpg -RCB- Prince Prigio and his Family .", "Well , the little prince grew up .", "I think I 've told you that his name was Prigio -- did I not ?", "Well , that was his name .", "You can not think how clever he was .", "He argued with his nurse as soon as he could speak , which was very soon .", "He argued that he did not like to be washed , because the soap got into his eyes .", "However , when he was told all about the pores of the skin , and how they could not be healthy if he was not washed , he at once ceased to resist , for he was very reasonable .", "He argued with his father that he did not see why there should be kings who were rich , while beggars were poor ; and why the king -- who was a little greedy -- should have poached eggs and plum-cake at afternoon tea , while many other persons went without dinner .", "The king was so surprised and hurt at these remarks that he boxed the prince 's ears , saying , `` I 'll teach you to be too clever , my lad . ''", "Then he remembered the awful curse of the oldest fairy , and was sorry for the rudeness of the queen .", "And when the prince , after having his ears boxed , said that `` force was no argument , '' the king went away in a rage ." ]
-LCB- Prigio reading a book : p11.jpg -RCB- Indeed , I can not tell you how the XXXXX was hated by all !
prince
[ "books", "child", "none", "prince", "properties", "purse", "purses", "rage", "tea", "thing" ]
[ "Then he remembered the awful curse of the oldest fairy , and was sorry for the rudeness of the queen .", "And when the prince , after having his ears boxed , said that `` force was no argument , '' the king went away in a rage .", "-LCB- Prigio reading a book : p11.jpg -RCB- Indeed , I can not tell you how the prince was hated by all !", "He would go down into the kitchen , and show the cook how to make soup .", "He would visit the poor people 's cottage , and teach them how to make the beds , and how to make plum-pudding out of turnip-tops , and venison cutlets out of rusty bacon .", "He showed the fencing-master how to fence , and the professional cricketer how to bowl , and instructed the rat-catcher in breeding terriers .", "He set sums to the Chancellor of the Exchequer , and assured the Astronomer Royal that the sun does not go round the earth -- which , for my part , I believe it does .", "The young ladies of the Court disliked dancing with him , in spite of his good looks , because he was always asking , `` Have you read this ? ''", "and `` Have you read that ? ''", "-- and when they said they had n't , he sneered ; and when they said they had , he found them out .", "He found out all his tutors and masters in the same horrid way ; correcting the accent of his French teacher , and trying to get his German tutor not to eat peas with his knife .", "He also endeavoured to teach the queen-dowager , his grandmother , an art with which she had long been perfectly familiar !", "In fact , he knew everything better than anybody else ; and the worst of it was that he did : and he was never in the wrong , and he always said , `` Did n't I tell you so ? ''", "And , what was more , he had !", "As time went on , Prince Prigio had two younger brothers , whom everybody liked .", "They were not a bit clever , but jolly .", "Prince Alphonso , the third son , was round , fat , good-humoured , and as brave as a lion .", "Prince Enrico , the second , was tall , thin , and a little sad , but never too clever .", "Both were in love with two of their own cousins -LRB- with the approval of their dear parents -RRB- ; and all the world said , `` What nice , unaffected princes they are ! ''", "But Prigio nearly got the country into several wars by being too clever for the foreign ambassadors ." ]
Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy XXXXX , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make people love Prince Prigio any better .
country
[ "bit", "country", "looks", "parents", "part", "people", "rage", "son", "spite", "terriers" ]
[ "Then he remembered the awful curse of the oldest fairy , and was sorry for the rudeness of the queen .", "And when the prince , after having his ears boxed , said that `` force was no argument , '' the king went away in a rage .", "-LCB- Prigio reading a book : p11.jpg -RCB- Indeed , I can not tell you how the prince was hated by all !", "He would go down into the kitchen , and show the cook how to make soup .", "He would visit the poor people 's cottage , and teach them how to make the beds , and how to make plum-pudding out of turnip-tops , and venison cutlets out of rusty bacon .", "He showed the fencing-master how to fence , and the professional cricketer how to bowl , and instructed the rat-catcher in breeding terriers .", "He set sums to the Chancellor of the Exchequer , and assured the Astronomer Royal that the sun does not go round the earth -- which , for my part , I believe it does .", "The young ladies of the Court disliked dancing with him , in spite of his good looks , because he was always asking , `` Have you read this ? ''", "and `` Have you read that ? ''", "-- and when they said they had n't , he sneered ; and when they said they had , he found them out .", "He found out all his tutors and masters in the same horrid way ; correcting the accent of his French teacher , and trying to get his German tutor not to eat peas with his knife .", "He also endeavoured to teach the queen-dowager , his grandmother , an art with which she had long been perfectly familiar !", "In fact , he knew everything better than anybody else ; and the worst of it was that he did : and he was never in the wrong , and he always said , `` Did n't I tell you so ? ''", "And , what was more , he had !", "As time went on , Prince Prigio had two younger brothers , whom everybody liked .", "They were not a bit clever , but jolly .", "Prince Alphonso , the third son , was round , fat , good-humoured , and as brave as a lion .", "Prince Enrico , the second , was tall , thin , and a little sad , but never too clever .", "Both were in love with two of their own cousins -LRB- with the approval of their dear parents -RRB- ; and all the world said , `` What nice , unaffected princes they are ! ''", "But Prigio nearly got the country into several wars by being too clever for the foreign ambassadors ." ]
Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy country , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make XXXXX love Prince Prigio any better .
people
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[ "He would go down into the kitchen , and show the cook how to make soup .", "He would visit the poor people 's cottage , and teach them how to make the beds , and how to make plum-pudding out of turnip-tops , and venison cutlets out of rusty bacon .", "He showed the fencing-master how to fence , and the professional cricketer how to bowl , and instructed the rat-catcher in breeding terriers .", "He set sums to the Chancellor of the Exchequer , and assured the Astronomer Royal that the sun does not go round the earth -- which , for my part , I believe it does .", "The young ladies of the Court disliked dancing with him , in spite of his good looks , because he was always asking , `` Have you read this ? ''", "and `` Have you read that ? ''", "-- and when they said they had n't , he sneered ; and when they said they had , he found them out .", "He found out all his tutors and masters in the same horrid way ; correcting the accent of his French teacher , and trying to get his German tutor not to eat peas with his knife .", "He also endeavoured to teach the queen-dowager , his grandmother , an art with which she had long been perfectly familiar !", "In fact , he knew everything better than anybody else ; and the worst of it was that he did : and he was never in the wrong , and he always said , `` Did n't I tell you so ? ''", "And , what was more , he had !", "As time went on , Prince Prigio had two younger brothers , whom everybody liked .", "They were not a bit clever , but jolly .", "Prince Alphonso , the third son , was round , fat , good-humoured , and as brave as a lion .", "Prince Enrico , the second , was tall , thin , and a little sad , but never too clever .", "Both were in love with two of their own cousins -LRB- with the approval of their dear parents -RRB- ; and all the world said , `` What nice , unaffected princes they are ! ''", "But Prigio nearly got the country into several wars by being too clever for the foreign ambassadors .", "Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy country , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make people love Prince Prigio any better .", "CHAPTER III .", "About the Firedrake ." ]
Of all the XXXXX who did not like Prigio , his own dear papa , King Grognio , disliked him most .
people
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[ "He set sums to the Chancellor of the Exchequer , and assured the Astronomer Royal that the sun does not go round the earth -- which , for my part , I believe it does .", "The young ladies of the Court disliked dancing with him , in spite of his good looks , because he was always asking , `` Have you read this ? ''", "and `` Have you read that ? ''", "-- and when they said they had n't , he sneered ; and when they said they had , he found them out .", "He found out all his tutors and masters in the same horrid way ; correcting the accent of his French teacher , and trying to get his German tutor not to eat peas with his knife .", "He also endeavoured to teach the queen-dowager , his grandmother , an art with which she had long been perfectly familiar !", "In fact , he knew everything better than anybody else ; and the worst of it was that he did : and he was never in the wrong , and he always said , `` Did n't I tell you so ? ''", "And , what was more , he had !", "As time went on , Prince Prigio had two younger brothers , whom everybody liked .", "They were not a bit clever , but jolly .", "Prince Alphonso , the third son , was round , fat , good-humoured , and as brave as a lion .", "Prince Enrico , the second , was tall , thin , and a little sad , but never too clever .", "Both were in love with two of their own cousins -LRB- with the approval of their dear parents -RRB- ; and all the world said , `` What nice , unaffected princes they are ! ''", "But Prigio nearly got the country into several wars by being too clever for the foreign ambassadors .", "Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy country , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make people love Prince Prigio any better .", "CHAPTER III .", "About the Firedrake .", "Of all the people who did not like Prigio , his own dear papa , King Grognio , disliked him most .", "For the king knew he was not clever , himself .", "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is ." ]
And the XXXXX was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .
king
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[ "He set sums to the Chancellor of the Exchequer , and assured the Astronomer Royal that the sun does not go round the earth -- which , for my part , I believe it does .", "The young ladies of the Court disliked dancing with him , in spite of his good looks , because he was always asking , `` Have you read this ? ''", "and `` Have you read that ? ''", "-- and when they said they had n't , he sneered ; and when they said they had , he found them out .", "He found out all his tutors and masters in the same horrid way ; correcting the accent of his French teacher , and trying to get his German tutor not to eat peas with his knife .", "He also endeavoured to teach the queen-dowager , his grandmother , an art with which she had long been perfectly familiar !", "In fact , he knew everything better than anybody else ; and the worst of it was that he did : and he was never in the wrong , and he always said , `` Did n't I tell you so ? ''", "And , what was more , he had !", "As time went on , Prince Prigio had two younger brothers , whom everybody liked .", "They were not a bit clever , but jolly .", "Prince Alphonso , the third son , was round , fat , good-humoured , and as brave as a lion .", "Prince Enrico , the second , was tall , thin , and a little sad , but never too clever .", "Both were in love with two of their own cousins -LRB- with the approval of their dear parents -RRB- ; and all the world said , `` What nice , unaffected princes they are ! ''", "But Prigio nearly got the country into several wars by being too clever for the foreign ambassadors .", "Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy country , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make people love Prince Prigio any better .", "CHAPTER III .", "About the Firedrake .", "Of all the people who did not like Prigio , his own dear papa , King Grognio , disliked him most .", "For the king knew he was not clever , himself .", "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is ." ]
And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made XXXXX himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .
king
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[ "The young ladies of the Court disliked dancing with him , in spite of his good looks , because he was always asking , `` Have you read this ? ''", "and `` Have you read that ? ''", "-- and when they said they had n't , he sneered ; and when they said they had , he found them out .", "He found out all his tutors and masters in the same horrid way ; correcting the accent of his French teacher , and trying to get his German tutor not to eat peas with his knife .", "He also endeavoured to teach the queen-dowager , his grandmother , an art with which she had long been perfectly familiar !", "In fact , he knew everything better than anybody else ; and the worst of it was that he did : and he was never in the wrong , and he always said , `` Did n't I tell you so ? ''", "And , what was more , he had !", "As time went on , Prince Prigio had two younger brothers , whom everybody liked .", "They were not a bit clever , but jolly .", "Prince Alphonso , the third son , was round , fat , good-humoured , and as brave as a lion .", "Prince Enrico , the second , was tall , thin , and a little sad , but never too clever .", "Both were in love with two of their own cousins -LRB- with the approval of their dear parents -RRB- ; and all the world said , `` What nice , unaffected princes they are ! ''", "But Prigio nearly got the country into several wars by being too clever for the foreign ambassadors .", "Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy country , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make people love Prince Prigio any better .", "CHAPTER III .", "About the Firedrake .", "Of all the people who did not like Prigio , his own dear papa , King Grognio , disliked him most .", "For the king knew he was not clever , himself .", "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted ." ]
He much preferred to idle about , and know XXXXX without seeming to take any trouble .
everything
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[ "and `` Have you read that ? ''", "-- and when they said they had n't , he sneered ; and when they said they had , he found them out .", "He found out all his tutors and masters in the same horrid way ; correcting the accent of his French teacher , and trying to get his German tutor not to eat peas with his knife .", "He also endeavoured to teach the queen-dowager , his grandmother , an art with which she had long been perfectly familiar !", "In fact , he knew everything better than anybody else ; and the worst of it was that he did : and he was never in the wrong , and he always said , `` Did n't I tell you so ? ''", "And , what was more , he had !", "As time went on , Prince Prigio had two younger brothers , whom everybody liked .", "They were not a bit clever , but jolly .", "Prince Alphonso , the third son , was round , fat , good-humoured , and as brave as a lion .", "Prince Enrico , the second , was tall , thin , and a little sad , but never too clever .", "Both were in love with two of their own cousins -LRB- with the approval of their dear parents -RRB- ; and all the world said , `` What nice , unaffected princes they are ! ''", "But Prigio nearly got the country into several wars by being too clever for the foreign ambassadors .", "Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy country , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make people love Prince Prigio any better .", "CHAPTER III .", "About the Firedrake .", "Of all the people who did not like Prigio , his own dear papa , King Grognio , disliked him most .", "For the king knew he was not clever , himself .", "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble ." ]
-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the XXXXX thought and thought .
king
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[ "-- and when they said they had n't , he sneered ; and when they said they had , he found them out .", "He found out all his tutors and masters in the same horrid way ; correcting the accent of his French teacher , and trying to get his German tutor not to eat peas with his knife .", "He also endeavoured to teach the queen-dowager , his grandmother , an art with which she had long been perfectly familiar !", "In fact , he knew everything better than anybody else ; and the worst of it was that he did : and he was never in the wrong , and he always said , `` Did n't I tell you so ? ''", "And , what was more , he had !", "As time went on , Prince Prigio had two younger brothers , whom everybody liked .", "They were not a bit clever , but jolly .", "Prince Alphonso , the third son , was round , fat , good-humoured , and as brave as a lion .", "Prince Enrico , the second , was tall , thin , and a little sad , but never too clever .", "Both were in love with two of their own cousins -LRB- with the approval of their dear parents -RRB- ; and all the world said , `` What nice , unaffected princes they are ! ''", "But Prigio nearly got the country into several wars by being too clever for the foreign ambassadors .", "Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy country , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make people love Prince Prigio any better .", "CHAPTER III .", "About the Firedrake .", "Of all the people who did not like Prigio , his own dear papa , King Grognio , disliked him most .", "For the king knew he was not clever , himself .", "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought ." ]
How was he to get Prigio out of the XXXXX , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?
way
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[ "He found out all his tutors and masters in the same horrid way ; correcting the accent of his French teacher , and trying to get his German tutor not to eat peas with his knife .", "He also endeavoured to teach the queen-dowager , his grandmother , an art with which she had long been perfectly familiar !", "In fact , he knew everything better than anybody else ; and the worst of it was that he did : and he was never in the wrong , and he always said , `` Did n't I tell you so ? ''", "And , what was more , he had !", "As time went on , Prince Prigio had two younger brothers , whom everybody liked .", "They were not a bit clever , but jolly .", "Prince Alphonso , the third son , was round , fat , good-humoured , and as brave as a lion .", "Prince Enrico , the second , was tall , thin , and a little sad , but never too clever .", "Both were in love with two of their own cousins -LRB- with the approval of their dear parents -RRB- ; and all the world said , `` What nice , unaffected princes they are ! ''", "But Prigio nearly got the country into several wars by being too clever for the foreign ambassadors .", "Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy country , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make people love Prince Prigio any better .", "CHAPTER III .", "About the Firedrake .", "Of all the people who did not like Prigio , his own dear papa , King Grognio , disliked him most .", "For the king knew he was not clever , himself .", "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?" ]
He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a XXXXX sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .
king
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[ "Now , as Pantouflia was a rich , lazy country , which hated fighting , this was very unpleasant , and did not make people love Prince Prigio any better .", "CHAPTER III .", "About the Firedrake .", "Of all the people who did not like Prigio , his own dear papa , King Grognio , disliked him most .", "For the king knew he was not clever , himself .", "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR ." ]
The XXXXX were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .
people
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[ "CHAPTER III .", "About the Firedrake .", "Of all the people who did not like Prigio , his own dear papa , King Grognio , disliked him most .", "For the king knew he was not clever , himself .", "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia ." ]
The XXXXX consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .
king
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[ "For the king knew he was not clever , himself .", "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot ." ]
A more terrible and cruel XXXXX can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .
beast
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[ "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake ." ]
But the XXXXX was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .
king
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[ "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake ." ]
But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of XXXXX my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .
course
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[ "When he was in the counting-house , counting out his money , and when he happened to say , `` Sixteen shillings and fourteen and twopence are three pounds , fifteen , '' it made him wild to hear Prigio whisper , `` One pound , ten and twopence '' -- which , of course , it is .", "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake ." ]
But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three XXXXX must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .
sons
[ "Court", "March", "anything", "chance", "desk", "elephant", "grass", "rivers", "sons", "way" ]
[ "And the king was afraid that Prigio would conspire , and get made king himself -- which was the last thing Prigio really wanted .", "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest ." ]
It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but XXXXX to get rid of that Prigio ! ''
anything
[ "anything", "corn", "crown", "desk", "everything", "grass", "rivers", "sons", "thing", "trouble" ]
[ "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''" ]
Then the XXXXX went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the crown to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake .
king
[ "Court", "March", "anything", "bird", "elephant", "king", "neighbourhood", "successor", "summer", "trouble" ]
[ "He much preferred to idle about , and know everything without seeming to take any trouble .", "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''" ]
Then the king went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the XXXXX to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake .
crown
[ "Court", "anything", "beast", "corn", "crown", "elephant", "king", "men", "sons", "successor" ]
[ "-LCB- The King at his desk : p15.jpg -RCB- Well , the king thought and thought .", "How was he to get Prigio out of the way , and make Enrico or Alphonso his successor ?", "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''", "Then the king went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the crown to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake ." ]
`` It is an awkward brute to tackle , '' the XXXXX said , `` but you are the oldest , my lad ; go where glory waits you !
king
[ "Court", "beast", "bird", "chance", "danger", "grass", "king", "people", "tail", "way" ]
[ "He read in books about it ; and all the books showed that , if a king sent his three sons to do anything , it was always the youngest who did it , and got the crown .", "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''", "Then the king went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the crown to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake .", "`` It is an awkward brute to tackle , '' the king said , `` but you are the oldest , my lad ; go where glory waits you !", "Put on your armour , and be off with you ! ''" ]
-LCB- `` Put on your XXXXX and be off with you ! ''
armour
[ "armour", "body", "books", "chance", "crown", "glory", "iron", "neighbourhood", "rivers", "sons" ]
[ "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''", "Then the king went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the crown to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake .", "`` It is an awkward brute to tackle , '' the king said , `` but you are the oldest , my lad ; go where glory waits you !", "Put on your armour , and be off with you ! ''", "-LCB- `` Put on your armour and be off with you ! ''" ]
: p18.jpg -RCB- This the XXXXX said , hoping that either the Firedrake would roast Prince Prigio alive -LRB- which he could easily do , as I have said ; for he is all over as hot as a red-hot poker -RRB- , or that , if the prince succeeded , at least his country would be freed from the monster .
king
[ "March", "bird", "chance", "king", "lad", "men", "neighbourhood", "people", "summer", "tail" ]
[ "And he wished he had the chance .", "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''", "Then the king went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the crown to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake .", "`` It is an awkward brute to tackle , '' the king said , `` but you are the oldest , my lad ; go where glory waits you !", "Put on your armour , and be off with you ! ''", "-LCB- `` Put on your armour and be off with you ! ''" ]
: p18.jpg -RCB- This the king said , hoping that either the Firedrake would roast Prince Prigio alive -LRB- which he could easily do , as I have said ; for he is all over as hot as a red-hot poker -RRB- , or that , if the prince succeeded , at least his XXXXX would be freed from the monster .
country
[ "boy", "chance", "country", "elephant", "glory", "grass", "lad", "people", "rivers", "summer" ]
[ "Well , it arrived at last .", "There was a very hot summer !", "It began to be hot in March .", "All the rivers were dried up .", "The grass did not grow .", "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''", "Then the king went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the crown to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake .", "`` It is an awkward brute to tackle , '' the king said , `` but you are the oldest , my lad ; go where glory waits you !", "Put on your armour , and be off with you ! ''", "-LCB- `` Put on your armour and be off with you ! ''", ": p18.jpg -RCB- This the king said , hoping that either the Firedrake would roast Prince Prigio alive -LRB- which he could easily do , as I have said ; for he is all over as hot as a red-hot poker -RRB- , or that , if the prince succeeded , at least his country would be freed from the monster ." ]
But the XXXXX , who was lying on the sofa doing sums in compound division for fun , said in the politest way : `` Thanks to the education your majesty has given me , I have learned that the Firedrake , like the siren , the fairy , and so forth , is a fabulous animal which does not exist .
prince
[ "bird", "body", "boy", "corn", "country", "elephant", "lad", "poker", "prince", "summer" ]
[ "The corn did not grow .", "The thermometers exploded with heat .", "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''", "Then the king went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the crown to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake .", "`` It is an awkward brute to tackle , '' the king said , `` but you are the oldest , my lad ; go where glory waits you !", "Put on your armour , and be off with you ! ''", "-LCB- `` Put on your armour and be off with you ! ''", ": p18.jpg -RCB- This the king said , hoping that either the Firedrake would roast Prince Prigio alive -LRB- which he could easily do , as I have said ; for he is all over as hot as a red-hot poker -RRB- , or that , if the prince succeeded , at least his country would be freed from the monster .", "But the prince , who was lying on the sofa doing sums in compound division for fun , said in the politest way : `` Thanks to the education your majesty has given me , I have learned that the Firedrake , like the siren , the fairy , and so forth , is a fabulous animal which does not exist .", "But even granting , for the sake of argument , that there is a Firedrake , your majesty is well aware that there is no kind of use in sending me .", "It is always the eldest son who goes out first and comes to grief on these occasions , and it is always the third son that succeeds .", "Send Alphonso '' -LRB- this was the youngest brother -RRB- , `` and he will do the trick at once .", "At least , if he fails , it will be most unusual , and Enrico can try his luck . ''" ]
Then he went back to his arithmetic and his slate , and the XXXXX had to send for Prince Alphonso and Prince Enrico .
king
[ "anything", "bird", "country", "elephant", "horns", "king", "poker", "roast", "son", "sons" ]
[ "The barometers stood at SET FAIR .", "The people were much distressed , and came and broke the palace windows -- as they usually do when things go wrong in Pantouflia .", "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''", "Then the king went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the crown to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake .", "`` It is an awkward brute to tackle , '' the king said , `` but you are the oldest , my lad ; go where glory waits you !", "Put on your armour , and be off with you ! ''", "-LCB- `` Put on your armour and be off with you ! ''", ": p18.jpg -RCB- This the king said , hoping that either the Firedrake would roast Prince Prigio alive -LRB- which he could easily do , as I have said ; for he is all over as hot as a red-hot poker -RRB- , or that , if the prince succeeded , at least his country would be freed from the monster .", "But the prince , who was lying on the sofa doing sums in compound division for fun , said in the politest way : `` Thanks to the education your majesty has given me , I have learned that the Firedrake , like the siren , the fairy , and so forth , is a fabulous animal which does not exist .", "But even granting , for the sake of argument , that there is a Firedrake , your majesty is well aware that there is no kind of use in sending me .", "It is always the eldest son who goes out first and comes to grief on these occasions , and it is always the third son that succeeds .", "Send Alphonso '' -LRB- this was the youngest brother -RRB- , `` and he will do the trick at once .", "At least , if he fails , it will be most unusual , and Enrico can try his luck . ''", "Then he went back to his arithmetic and his slate , and the king had to send for Prince Alphonso and Prince Enrico .", "They both came in very warm ; for they had been whipping tops , and the day was unusually hot ." ]
`` Look here , '' said the XXXXX , `` just you two younger ones look at Prigio !
king
[ "beast", "brother", "course", "crown", "grief", "king", "occasions", "poker", "prince", "slate" ]
[ "The king consulted the learned men about the Court , who told him that probably a FIREDRAKE was in the neighbourhood .", "Now , the Firedrake is a beast , or bird , about the bigness of an elephant .", "Its body is made of iron , and it is always red-hot .", "A more terrible and cruel beast can not be imagined ; for , if you go near it , you are at once broiled by the Firedrake .", "But the king was not ill-pleased : `` for , '' thought he , `` of course my three sons must go after the brute , the eldest first ; and , as usual , it will kill the first two , and be beaten by the youngest .", "It is a little hard on Enrico , poor boy ; but anything to get rid of that Prigio ! ''", "Then the king went to Prigio , and said that his country was in danger , and that he was determined to leave the crown to whichever of them would bring him the horns -LRB- for it has horns -RRB- and tail of the Firedrake .", "`` It is an awkward brute to tackle , '' the king said , `` but you are the oldest , my lad ; go where glory waits you !", "Put on your armour , and be off with you ! ''", "-LCB- `` Put on your armour and be off with you ! ''", ": p18.jpg -RCB- This the king said , hoping that either the Firedrake would roast Prince Prigio alive -LRB- which he could easily do , as I have said ; for he is all over as hot as a red-hot poker -RRB- , or that , if the prince succeeded , at least his country would be freed from the monster .", "But the prince , who was lying on the sofa doing sums in compound division for fun , said in the politest way : `` Thanks to the education your majesty has given me , I have learned that the Firedrake , like the siren , the fairy , and so forth , is a fabulous animal which does not exist .", "But even granting , for the sake of argument , that there is a Firedrake , your majesty is well aware that there is no kind of use in sending me .", "It is always the eldest son who goes out first and comes to grief on these occasions , and it is always the third son that succeeds .", "Send Alphonso '' -LRB- this was the youngest brother -RRB- , `` and he will do the trick at once .", "At least , if he fails , it will be most unusual , and Enrico can try his luck . ''", "Then he went back to his arithmetic and his slate , and the king had to send for Prince Alphonso and Prince Enrico .", "They both came in very warm ; for they had been whipping tops , and the day was unusually hot .", "`` Look here , '' said the king , `` just you two younger ones look at Prigio !", "You see how hot it is , and how coolly he takes it , and the country suffering ; and all on account of a Firedrake , you know , which has apparently built his nest not far off ." ]
Well , I have asked that lout of a XXXXX of yours to kill it , and he says -- '' `` That he does not believe in Firedrakes , '' interrupted Prigio .
brother
[ "anything", "brother", "country", "danger", "elephant", "grief", "iron", "poker", "prince", "tail" ]
[ ": p18.jpg -RCB- This the king said , hoping that either the Firedrake would roast Prince Prigio alive -LRB- which he could easily do , as I have said ; for he is all over as hot as a red-hot poker -RRB- , or that , if the prince succeeded , at least his country would be freed from the monster .", "But the prince , who was lying on the sofa doing sums in compound division for fun , said in the politest way : `` Thanks to the education your majesty has given me , I have learned that the Firedrake , like the siren , the fairy , and so forth , is a fabulous animal which does not exist .", "But even granting , for the sake of argument , that there is a Firedrake , your majesty is well aware that there is no kind of use in sending me .", "It is always the eldest son who goes out first and comes to grief on these occasions , and it is always the third son that succeeds .", "Send Alphonso '' -LRB- this was the youngest brother -RRB- , `` and he will do the trick at once .", "At least , if he fails , it will be most unusual , and Enrico can try his luck . ''", "Then he went back to his arithmetic and his slate , and the king had to send for Prince Alphonso and Prince Enrico .", "They both came in very warm ; for they had been whipping tops , and the day was unusually hot .", "`` Look here , '' said the king , `` just you two younger ones look at Prigio !", "You see how hot it is , and how coolly he takes it , and the country suffering ; and all on account of a Firedrake , you know , which has apparently built his nest not far off .", "Well , I have asked that lout of a brother of yours to kill it , and he says -- '' `` That he does not believe in Firedrakes , '' interrupted Prigio .", "`` The weather 's warm enough without going out hunting ! ''", "`` Not believe in Firedrakes ! ''", "cried Alphonso .", "`` I wonder what you do believe in !", "Just let me get at the creature ! ''", "for he was as brave as a lion .", "`` Hi !", "Page , my chain-armour , helmet , lance , and buckler !", "A Molinda !" ]
XXXXX Molinda ! ''
A
[ "A", "country", "grief", "hunting", "lance", "luck", "occasions", "slate", "son", "weather" ]
[ "It is always the eldest son who goes out first and comes to grief on these occasions , and it is always the third son that succeeds .", "Send Alphonso '' -LRB- this was the youngest brother -RRB- , `` and he will do the trick at once .", "At least , if he fails , it will be most unusual , and Enrico can try his luck . ''", "Then he went back to his arithmetic and his slate , and the king had to send for Prince Alphonso and Prince Enrico .", "They both came in very warm ; for they had been whipping tops , and the day was unusually hot .", "`` Look here , '' said the king , `` just you two younger ones look at Prigio !", "You see how hot it is , and how coolly he takes it , and the country suffering ; and all on account of a Firedrake , you know , which has apparently built his nest not far off .", "Well , I have asked that lout of a brother of yours to kill it , and he says -- '' `` That he does not believe in Firedrakes , '' interrupted Prigio .", "`` The weather 's warm enough without going out hunting ! ''", "`` Not believe in Firedrakes ! ''", "cried Alphonso .", "`` I wonder what you do believe in !", "Just let me get at the creature ! ''", "for he was as brave as a lion .", "`` Hi !", "Page , my chain-armour , helmet , lance , and buckler !", "A Molinda !", "A Molinda ! ''", "which was his war-cry .", "The page ran to get the armour ; but it was so uncommonly hot that he dropped it , and put his fingers in his mouth , crying !" ]
-LCB- The XXXXX crying : p21.jpg -RCB- `` You had better put on flannels , Alphonso , for this kind of work , '' said Prigio .
page
[ "day", "fingers", "grief", "hunting", "king", "lance", "lion", "mouth", "ones", "page" ]
[ "Just let me get at the creature ! ''", "for he was as brave as a lion .", "`` Hi !", "Page , my chain-armour , helmet , lance , and buckler !", "A Molinda !", "A Molinda ! ''", "which was his war-cry .", "The page ran to get the armour ; but it was so uncommonly hot that he dropped it , and put his fingers in his mouth , crying !", "-LCB- The page crying : p21.jpg -RCB- `` You had better put on flannels , Alphonso , for this kind of work , '' said Prigio .", "`` And if I were you , I 'd take a light garden-engine , full of water , to squirt at the enemy . ''", "`` Happy thought ! ''", "said Alphonso .", "`` I will ! ''", "And off he went , kissed his dear Molinda , bade her keep a lot of dances for him -LRB- there was to be a dance when he had killed the Firedrake -RRB- , and then he rushed to the field !", "But he never came back any more !", "Everyone wept bitterly -- everyone but Prince Prigio ; for he thought it was a practical joke , and said that Alphonso had taken the opportunity to start off on his travels and see the world .", "`` There is some dreadful mistake , sir , '' said Prigio to the king .", "`` You know as well as I do that the youngest son has always succeeded , up to now .", "But I entertain great hopes of Enrico ! ''", "And he grinned ; for he fancied it was all nonsense , and that there were no Firedrakes ." ]
Enrico was present when Prigio was consoling the XXXXX in this unfeeling way .
king
[ "Everyone", "enemy", "fingers", "joke", "king", "lance", "mistake", "sir", "travels", "water" ]
[ "The page ran to get the armour ; but it was so uncommonly hot that he dropped it , and put his fingers in his mouth , crying !", "-LCB- The page crying : p21.jpg -RCB- `` You had better put on flannels , Alphonso , for this kind of work , '' said Prigio .", "`` And if I were you , I 'd take a light garden-engine , full of water , to squirt at the enemy . ''", "`` Happy thought ! ''", "said Alphonso .", "`` I will ! ''", "And off he went , kissed his dear Molinda , bade her keep a lot of dances for him -LRB- there was to be a dance when he had killed the Firedrake -RRB- , and then he rushed to the field !", "But he never came back any more !", "Everyone wept bitterly -- everyone but Prince Prigio ; for he thought it was a practical joke , and said that Alphonso had taken the opportunity to start off on his travels and see the world .", "`` There is some dreadful mistake , sir , '' said Prigio to the king .", "`` You know as well as I do that the youngest son has always succeeded , up to now .", "But I entertain great hopes of Enrico ! ''", "And he grinned ; for he fancied it was all nonsense , and that there were no Firedrakes .", "Enrico was present when Prigio was consoling the king in this unfeeling way .", "`` Enrico , my boy , '' said his majesty , `` the task awaits you , and the honour .", "When you come back with the horns and tail of the Firedrake , you shall be crown prince ; and Prigio shall be made an usher at the Grammar School -- it is all he is fit for . ''", "Enrico was not quite so confident as Alphonso had been .", "He insisted on making his will ; and he wrote a poem about the pleasures and advantages of dying young .", "This is part of it : The violet is a blossom sweet , That droops before the day is done -- Slain by thine overpowering heat , O Sun !", "And I , like that sweet purple flower , May roast , or boil , or broil , or bake , If burned by thy terrific power , Firedrake !" ]
This XXXXX comforted Enrico more or less , and he showed it to Prigio .
poem
[ "armour", "enemy", "everyone", "honour", "majesty", "mistake", "nonsense", "poem", "sir", "son" ]
[ "said Alphonso .", "`` I will ! ''", "And off he went , kissed his dear Molinda , bade her keep a lot of dances for him -LRB- there was to be a dance when he had killed the Firedrake -RRB- , and then he rushed to the field !", "But he never came back any more !", "Everyone wept bitterly -- everyone but Prince Prigio ; for he thought it was a practical joke , and said that Alphonso had taken the opportunity to start off on his travels and see the world .", "`` There is some dreadful mistake , sir , '' said Prigio to the king .", "`` You know as well as I do that the youngest son has always succeeded , up to now .", "But I entertain great hopes of Enrico ! ''", "And he grinned ; for he fancied it was all nonsense , and that there were no Firedrakes .", "Enrico was present when Prigio was consoling the king in this unfeeling way .", "`` Enrico , my boy , '' said his majesty , `` the task awaits you , and the honour .", "When you come back with the horns and tail of the Firedrake , you shall be crown prince ; and Prigio shall be made an usher at the Grammar School -- it is all he is fit for . ''", "Enrico was not quite so confident as Alphonso had been .", "He insisted on making his will ; and he wrote a poem about the pleasures and advantages of dying young .", "This is part of it : The violet is a blossom sweet , That droops before the day is done -- Slain by thine overpowering heat , O Sun !", "And I , like that sweet purple flower , May roast , or boil , or broil , or bake , If burned by thy terrific power , Firedrake !", "This poem comforted Enrico more or less , and he showed it to Prigio .", "But the prince only laughed , and said that the second line of the last verse was not very good ; for violets do not `` roast , or boil , or broil , or bake . ''", "Enrico tried to improve it , but could not .", "So he read it to his cousin , Lady Kathleena , just as it was ; and she cried over it -LRB- though I do n't think she understood it -RRB- ; and Enrico cried a little , too ." ]
However , next XXXXX he started , with a spear , a patent refrigerator , and a lot of the bottles people throw at fires to put them out .
day
[ "day", "everyone", "heat", "honour", "majesty", "part", "poem", "prince", "travels", "way" ]
[ "But I entertain great hopes of Enrico ! ''", "And he grinned ; for he fancied it was all nonsense , and that there were no Firedrakes .", "Enrico was present when Prigio was consoling the king in this unfeeling way .", "`` Enrico , my boy , '' said his majesty , `` the task awaits you , and the honour .", "When you come back with the horns and tail of the Firedrake , you shall be crown prince ; and Prigio shall be made an usher at the Grammar School -- it is all he is fit for . ''", "Enrico was not quite so confident as Alphonso had been .", "He insisted on making his will ; and he wrote a poem about the pleasures and advantages of dying young .", "This is part of it : The violet is a blossom sweet , That droops before the day is done -- Slain by thine overpowering heat , O Sun !", "And I , like that sweet purple flower , May roast , or boil , or broil , or bake , If burned by thy terrific power , Firedrake !", "This poem comforted Enrico more or less , and he showed it to Prigio .", "But the prince only laughed , and said that the second line of the last verse was not very good ; for violets do not `` roast , or boil , or broil , or bake . ''", "Enrico tried to improve it , but could not .", "So he read it to his cousin , Lady Kathleena , just as it was ; and she cried over it -LRB- though I do n't think she understood it -RRB- ; and Enrico cried a little , too .", "However , next day he started , with a spear , a patent refrigerator , and a lot of the bottles people throw at fires to put them out .", "But he never came back again !", "After shedding torrents of tears , the king summoned Prince Prigio to his presence .", "`` Dastard ! ''", "he said .", "`` Poltroon !", "Your turn , which should have come first , has arrived at last ." ]
You must fetch me the XXXXX and the tail of the Firedrake .
horns
[ "advantages", "blossom", "boy", "broil", "day", "horns", "pleasures", "poem", "spear", "tail" ]
[ "But I entertain great hopes of Enrico ! ''", "And he grinned ; for he fancied it was all nonsense , and that there were no Firedrakes .", "Enrico was present when Prigio was consoling the king in this unfeeling way .", "`` Enrico , my boy , '' said his majesty , `` the task awaits you , and the honour .", "When you come back with the horns and tail of the Firedrake , you shall be crown prince ; and Prigio shall be made an usher at the Grammar School -- it is all he is fit for . ''", "Enrico was not quite so confident as Alphonso had been .", "He insisted on making his will ; and he wrote a poem about the pleasures and advantages of dying young .", "This is part of it : The violet is a blossom sweet , That droops before the day is done -- Slain by thine overpowering heat , O Sun !", "And I , like that sweet purple flower , May roast , or boil , or broil , or bake , If burned by thy terrific power , Firedrake !", "This poem comforted Enrico more or less , and he showed it to Prigio .", "But the prince only laughed , and said that the second line of the last verse was not very good ; for violets do not `` roast , or boil , or broil , or bake . ''", "Enrico tried to improve it , but could not .", "So he read it to his cousin , Lady Kathleena , just as it was ; and she cried over it -LRB- though I do n't think she understood it -RRB- ; and Enrico cried a little , too .", "However , next day he started , with a spear , a patent refrigerator , and a lot of the bottles people throw at fires to put them out .", "But he never came back again !", "After shedding torrents of tears , the king summoned Prince Prigio to his presence .", "`` Dastard ! ''", "he said .", "`` Poltroon !", "Your turn , which should have come first , has arrived at last ." ]
You must fetch me the horns and the XXXXX of the Firedrake .
tail
[ "Enrico", "cousin", "honour", "horns", "king", "pleasures", "poem", "prince", "roast", "tail" ]
[ "Enrico was present when Prigio was consoling the king in this unfeeling way .", "`` Enrico , my boy , '' said his majesty , `` the task awaits you , and the honour .", "When you come back with the horns and tail of the Firedrake , you shall be crown prince ; and Prigio shall be made an usher at the Grammar School -- it is all he is fit for . ''", "Enrico was not quite so confident as Alphonso had been .", "He insisted on making his will ; and he wrote a poem about the pleasures and advantages of dying young .", "This is part of it : The violet is a blossom sweet , That droops before the day is done -- Slain by thine overpowering heat , O Sun !", "And I , like that sweet purple flower , May roast , or boil , or broil , or bake , If burned by thy terrific power , Firedrake !", "This poem comforted Enrico more or less , and he showed it to Prigio .", "But the prince only laughed , and said that the second line of the last verse was not very good ; for violets do not `` roast , or boil , or broil , or bake . ''", "Enrico tried to improve it , but could not .", "So he read it to his cousin , Lady Kathleena , just as it was ; and she cried over it -LRB- though I do n't think she understood it -RRB- ; and Enrico cried a little , too .", "However , next day he started , with a spear , a patent refrigerator , and a lot of the bottles people throw at fires to put them out .", "But he never came back again !", "After shedding torrents of tears , the king summoned Prince Prigio to his presence .", "`` Dastard ! ''", "he said .", "`` Poltroon !", "Your turn , which should have come first , has arrived at last .", "You must fetch me the horns and the tail of the Firedrake .", "Probably you will be grilled , thank goodness ; but who will give me back Enrico and Alphonso ? ''" ]
`` Indeed , your XXXXX , '' said Prigio , `` you must permit me to correct your policy .
majesty
[ "blossom", "boil", "broil", "horns", "king", "majesty", "pleasures", "roast", "spear", "violet" ]

Dataset Card for CBT

Dataset Summary

The Children’s Book Test (CBT) is designed to measure directly how well language models can exploit wider linguistic context. The CBT is built from books that are freely available.

This dataset contains four different configurations:

  • V: where the answers to the questions are verbs.
  • P: where the answers to the questions are pronouns.
  • NE: where the answers to the questions are named entities.
  • CN: where the answers to the questions are common nouns.

Supported Tasks and Leaderboards

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Languages

The data is present in English language as written by authors Lucy Maud Montgomery, Charles Dickens,Andrew Lang, etc. in story books for children.

Dataset Structure

Data Instances

An instance from the V config:

{'answer': 'said', 'options': ['christening', 'existed', 'hear', 'knows', 'read', 'remarked', 'said', 'sitting', 'talking', 'wearing'], 'question': "`` They are very kind old ladies in their way , '' XXXXX the king ; `` and were nice to me when I was a boy . ''", 'sentences': ['This vexed the king even more than the queen , who was very clever and learned , and who had hated dolls when she was a child .', 'However , she , too in spite of all the books she read and all the pictures she painted , would have been glad enough to be the mother of a little prince .', 'The king was anxious to consult the fairies , but the queen would not hear of such a thing .', 'She did not believe in fairies : she said that they had never existed ; and that she maintained , though The History of the Royal Family was full of chapters about nothing else .', 'Well , at long and at last they had a little boy , who was generally regarded as the finest baby that had ever been seen .', 'Even her majesty herself remarked that , though she could never believe all the courtiers told her , yet he certainly was a fine child -- a very fine child .', 'Now , the time drew near for the christening party , and the king and queen were sitting at breakfast in their summer parlour talking over it .', 'It was a splendid room , hung with portraits of the royal ancestors .', 'There was Cinderella , the grandmother of the reigning monarch , with her little foot in her glass slipper thrust out before her .', 'There was the Marquis de Carabas , who , as everyone knows , was raised to the throne as prince consort after his marriage with the daughter of the king of the period .', 'On the arm of the throne was seated his celebrated cat , wearing boots .', 'There , too , was a portrait of a beautiful lady , sound asleep : this was Madame La Belle au Bois-dormant , also an ancestress of the royal family .', 'Many other pictures of celebrated persons were hanging on the walls .', "`` You have asked all the right people , my dear ? ''", 'said the king .', "`` Everyone who should be asked , '' answered the queen .", "`` People are so touchy on these occasions , '' said his majesty .", "`` You have not forgotten any of our aunts ? ''", "`` No ; the old cats ! ''", "replied the queen ; for the king 's aunts were old-fashioned , and did not approve of her , and she knew it ."]}

Data Fields

For the raw config, the data fields are:

  • title: a string feature containing the title of the book present in the dataset.
  • content: a string feature containing the content of the book present in the dataset.

For all other configs, the data fields are:

  • sentences: a list of string features containing 20 sentences from a book.
  • question: a string feature containing a question with blank marked as XXXX which is to be filled with one of the options.
  • answer: a string feature containing the answer.
  • options: a list of string features containing the options for the question.

Data Splits

The splits and corresponding sizes are:

train test validation
raw 98 5 5
V 105825 2500 2000
P 334030 2500 2000
CN 120769 2500 2000
NE 108719 2500 2000

Dataset Creation

Curation Rationale

[More Information Needed]

Source Data

Initial Data Collection and Normalization

[More Information Needed]

Who are the source language producers?

Children's Book Authors

Annotations

Annotation process

From the homepage:

After allocating books to either training, validation or test sets, we formed example ‘questions’ from chapters in the book by enumerating 21 consecutive sentences. In each question, the first 20 sentences form the context, and a word is removed from the 21st sentence, which becomes the query. Models must identify the answer word among a selection of 10 candidate answers appearing in the context sentences and the query. For finer-grained analyses, we evaluated four classes of question by removing distinct types of word: Named Entities, (Common) Nouns, Verbs and Prepositions.

Who are the annotators?

[More Information Needed]

Personal and Sensitive Information

[More Information Needed]

Considerations for Using the Data

Social Impact of Dataset

[More Information Needed]

Discussion of Biases

[More Information Needed]

Other Known Limitations

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Additional Information

Dataset Curators

[More Information Needed]

Licensing Information

GNU Free Documentation License v1.3

Citation Information

@misc{hill2016goldilocks,
      title={The Goldilocks Principle: Reading Children's Books with Explicit Memory Representations}, 
      author={Felix Hill and Antoine Bordes and Sumit Chopra and Jason Weston},
      year={2016},
      eprint={1511.02301},
      archivePrefix={arXiv},
      primaryClass={cs.CL}
}

Contributions

Thanks to @gchhablani for adding this dataset.

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