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Chapter 3

T
he peasant decided to not give her away. But the lizard overwhelmed him with his strong arms, wrapped him up like a serpentine and tied him to a tree. The bad lizard took his daughter and the peasant was very sad. "If you want to get her back," the lizard said, "you just have to answer me five questions before I reach the red horizon and will never come back!" The peasant ascolated. "Okay! Ask your questions!" He trembled. And the lizard thundered: "My first question is: Which one do you throw out to use and take in when you are done?”