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The Tale of Aladdin in European Oral Tradition

@inproceedings{Marzolph2009TheTO,
  title={The Tale of Aladdin in European Oral Tradition},
  author={Ulrich Anne E. Marzolph},
  year={2009}
}
There once was a gipsy woman whose only son was very handsome. One day, the son said to his mother: "My dear mother! Go to the king and tell him I want to marry his daughter!" His mother refused to go, since it was quite unlikely that the king would give his daughter to a gipsy boy. But the young man would not let go, he went to the king and asked him for his daughter. The king said: "Get lost, you foul gipsy! How would I give my daughter to a gipsy?" But the young man kept on begging, until… 
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