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The princess and the goblin
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Princess Irene lived a cold and isolated life before stumbling across a group of goblins that are eager to make humans pay for their treachery. With the help of a young miner and a divine figure, the heroine hopes to protect her loved ones from the looming threat. Princess Irene is an eight-year-old girl who is primarily raised by her caregiver, Lootie. Her mother died and her father is constantly away while she occupies their large family home. One day, while roaming the halls, Princess Irene discovers a beautiful woman who claims to be her great-great-grandmother. Elsewhere, a young miner named Curdie discovers the local goblins are plotting their revenge against humans after years of suffering. When Curdie and Princess Irene cross paths, they must work together to keep the goblins from destroying their land. The Princess and the Goblin was originally published in 1872 following a successful serial run in Good Words for the Young magazine. One of George MacDonald's most beloved tales, the story is filled with vivid imagery and symbolism that makes a lasting impression.

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Princess Irene lived a cold and isolated life before stumbling across a group of goblins that are eager to make humans pay for their treachery. With the help of a young miner and a divine figure, the heroine hopes to protect her loved ones from the looming threat. Princess Irene is an eight-year-old girl who is primarily raised by her caregiver, Lootie. Her mother died and her father is constantly away while she occupies their large family home. One day, while roaming the halls, Princess Irene discovers a beautiful woman who claims to be her great-great-grandmother. Elsewhere, a young miner named Curdie discovers the local goblins are plotting their revenge against humans after years of suffering. When Curdie and Princess Irene cross paths, they must work together to keep the goblins from destroying their land. The Princess and the Goblin was originally published in 1872 following a successful serial run in Good Words for the Young magazine. One of George MacDonald's most beloved tales, the story is filled with vivid imagery and symbolism that makes a lasting impression.
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MacDonald, G. (2021). The princess and the goblin. [United States], West Margin Press.

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MacDonald, George, 1824-1905. 2021. The Princess and the Goblin. [United States], West Margin Press.

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MacDonald, George, 1824-1905, The Princess and the Goblin. [United States], West Margin Press, 2021.

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MacDonald, George. The Princess and the Goblin. [United States], West Margin Press, 2021.

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