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The professor assures her that this is impossible, since it is the dead of winter, however the queen issues the decree: whoever brings a basket of these flowers to the palace, will receive the same basket of gold and a fur coat. A poor country stepmother and her daughter dream of this reward and as soon as the stepdaughter with comes back home after gathering brushwood, they send her back to the wood — to carry out the royal will and gather the impossible Snowdrops.

The freezing stepdaughter comes to a glade in which a fire burns, and round it the twelve brother Months are heated. They listen carefully to the girl, and April asks his brothers to concede to him an hour or so to help her. She comes back home happy with snowdrops and a magic ring presented to her by April. If there is trouble, she can throw the ringlet and speak the magic words — and all twelve brother months will come to her rescue. While the tired stepdaughter sleeps, her stepsister steals the magic ring.

The stepmother and her daughter go to the royal palace with the basket of snowdrops, having left the stepdaughter at home.

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The pleased queen orders them to tell her where they found flowers in the winter. The two invent a tale about a wonderful place in which in the winter grow not only flowers, but even mushrooms and berries. The queen herself decides to go to this wonderful place together with the court. The stepmother and her daughter admit that the stepdaughter was the one to gather the flowers.

The queen takes them and the stepdaughter into the wood. The stepdaughter complains that the stepmother and daughter stole a ring from her, so the queen orders them to return it. After the stepdaughter receives the ring, the queen demands that the stepdaughter tell them where she found the snowdrops. After the stepdaughter refuses, the queen orders her guards to remove the stepdaugher's fur coat, threatens to execute her, and throws her magic ring into an ice-hole.

The stepdaughter says the magic words April taught her and runs away. At once there comes the Spring, and then — Summer. Around the queen it becomes dry and warm. Then there comes Autumn. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Toei Animation Soyuzmultfilm. Retrieved April 15, Categories : anime films in the Soviet Union Anime and manga based on fairy tales Fantasy anime and manga Films based on fairy tales Films based on Russian folklore Soviet animated films Toei Animation films Toei Company films Japanese films.

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Modern Greek Folktales. Oxford, England: Clarendon Press, Villa, Susie Hoogasian. Available on CafePress. Available on Amazon. Ash Cakes and Water A text for this story is not available on the web due to copyright restrictions. An English language version is available in: Campbell, Marie. Return to top of page Baba Yaga A text for this story is not available on the web due to copyright restrictions. The tale of Baba Yaga comes from Russia. An English language version is available in: Afanasyev, Aleksandr.

The tale of Bosen Corner comes from Jamaica. An English language version is available in: Beckwith, Martha Warren.

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The tale of Frost comes from Russia. The tale of Frau Holle comes from Germany. An English language version is available in: Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm. An English language version is available in: Wratislaw, A. Return to top of page Frost Text available at Frost. An English language version is available in: Ransome, Arthur. Return to top of page Gallymanders!


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