The Shepherdess and the Sweep 6

“You have become proud since your fall broke you to pieces,” said Major-general-field-sergeant-commander Billy-goat’s-legs. “You have no reason to give yourself such airs. Am I to have her or not?”

 

The chimney-sweep and the little shepherdess looked piteously at the old Chinaman, for they were afraid he might nod; but he was notable: besides, it was so tiresome to be always telling strangers he had a rivet in the back of his neck.

 

And so the little china people remained together, and were glad of the grandfather’s rivet, and continued to love each other till they were broken to pieces.

 

The End

 

By: Hans Christian Andersen

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