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Undine (2nd translation)

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Author: Friedrich de la Motte-Fouqué (Friedrich Heinrich Karl)
Published: 1811
Language: English
Wordcount: 29,937 / 92 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 82.6
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 727
mnybks.net#: 5204
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le half-spoiled timorous child!

Yet hath my zither caught the sound, And breathed from out its gates of gold, Each gentle word thy lips have told, Until their fame is spread around.

And many a heart has loved thee well, In spite of every wayward deed, And many a one will gladly read, The pages which thy history tell.

I catch the whispered hope expressed, That thou should'st once again appear; So cast aside each doubt and fear, And come, Undine! thou spirit blest!

Greet every noble in the hall, And greet 'fore all, with trusting air, The beauteous women gathered there; I know that thou art loved by all.

And if one ask thee after me, Say: he's a true and noble knight, Fair woman's slave in song and fight And in all deeds of chivalry.


UNDINE.

CHAPTER I.

HOW THE KNIGHT CAME TO THE FISHERMAN.

There was once, it may be now many hundred years ago, a good old fisherman, who was sitting one fine evening befo

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