Prince Prigio From "His Own Fairy Book"
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Prince Prigio From "His Own Fairy Book"

By Andrew Lang
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  • PRINCE PRIGIO
    • From "His Own Fairy Book"
    • TO CHILDREN.
  • PRINCE PRIGIO
    • Adorned by Gordon Browne, T. Scott, and E. A. Lemann. IS Dedicated TO ALMA, THYRA, EDITH, ROSALIND, NORNA, CECILY, AND VIOLET
    • PREFACE.
    • CHAPTER I.—How the Fairies were not Invited to Court
    • CHAPTER II.—Prince Prigio and his family
    • CHAPTER III.—About the Firedrake.
    • CHAPTER IV.—How Prince Prigio was deserted by Everybody
    • CHAPTER V.—What Prince Prigio found in the garret.
    • CHAPTER VI.—What Happened to Prince Prigio in Town
    • CHAPTER VII.—The Prince Falls in Love
    • CHAPTER VIII.—The Prince is Puzzled
    • CHAPTER IX.—The Prince and the Firedrake
    • CHAPTER X.—The Prince and the Remora
    • CHAPTER XI.—The Battle
    • CHAPTER XII.—A Terrible Misfortune
    • CHAPTER XIII.—Surprises
    • CHAPTER XIV.—The King Explains.
      • THE first who recovered his voice and presence of mind was Benson.
    • THE first who recovered his voice and presence of mind was Benson.
    • CHAPTER XV.—The King's Cheque
    • CHAPTER XVI.—A Melancholy Chapter
    • CHAPTER XVII.—The Black Cat and the brethren
    • CHAPTER XVIII.—The Very Last
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