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He said to his father: 'Come, I will change into a splendid horse; mount me, go into a town and sell me. But remember not to sell me to a man with variegated eyes; if thou dost, do not give him the bridle, for then, thou knowest, I shall not be able to free myself from his hands. Here he saw many who wanted to buy it, but more eager than any was a man with variegated eyes. Whenever any one added a manethi rouble to the price, he added a thuman ten roubles. Love of money conquered the peasant, and he sold the horse to the man with variegated eyes.
He bought the bridle with it, mounted the horse and spurred it on. He went, disappeared, and could no longer contain his joy that he had his pupil once more in his power. He reached home, shut the horse in a dark room, and locked the door. His pupil lay down and was sad; he thought and grieved, but there seemed to be no help for him; time passed, and he could contrive no means of escape. One day he noticed that a sunbeam entered the stable through a hole.
To ask other readers questions about Georgian Folk Tales , please sign up. Toggle navigation. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. London: Abela Publishing, 31 July The princess and her companion were left alone in the wild wood, and they had nothing to eat and drink. He gave him the casket and quickly ran away.
He changed himself into a mouse and ran out. His master saw him, however, and pursued him as a cat. The mouse ran, the cat followed. Just when the cat was about to seize him in his mouth, the mouse turned into a fish swimming in a stream.
The master turned into a net and followed him; the fish swam away, but the net came after him. Just when the net was going to cover him, the fish changed into a pheasant and flew away.