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Folk-lore and Legends, German by Anonymous

Author:Anonymous

Language: eng

Format: azw3

Tags: Folklore — Germany, Tales — Germany, Legends — Germany

ISBN: 9781613108277

Publisher: BookMasters

Published: 2001-06-28T16:00:00+00:00

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Folk-lore and Legends, German by Anonymous

“Did the ghosts, then, do nothing to you?”

“Why, not exactly,” said Merry; “but I have got them all nine in my knapsack. You may dwell quietly enough in your castle now; from henceforth they won’t trouble you.”

The nobleman thanked him and gave him great rewards, begging him to remain in his service, saying that he would take care of him all the days of his life.

 

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Folk-lore and Legends, German by Anonymous

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Author:Anonymous

Language: eng

Format: azw3

Tags: Folklore — Germany, Tales — Germany, Legends — Germany

ISBN: 9781613108277

Publisher: BookMasters

Published: 2001-06-28T16:00:00+00:00
“Did the ghosts, then, do nothing to you?”

“Why, not exactly,” said Merry; “but I have got them all nine in my knapsack. You may dwell quietly enough in your castle now; from henceforth they won’t trouble you.”

The nobleman thanked him and gave him great rewards, begging him to remain in his service, saying that he would take care of him all the days of his life.

“No,” answered he; “I am used to wander and rove about. I will again set forth.”

He went on until he came to a smithy, into which he went, and laying his knapsack on the anvil, bade the smith and all his men hammer away upon it as hard as they could. They did as they were directed, with their largest hammers and all their might, and the poor devils set up a piteous howling. When the men opened the knapsack there were eight of them dead, but one who had been snug in a fold was still alive, and he slipped out and ran away to his home in a twinkling.

After this Brother Merry wandered about the world for a long time; but at last he grew old, and began to think about his latter end, so he went to a hermit who was held to be a very pious man and said—

“I am tired of roving, and will now endeavour to go to heaven.”

“There stand two ways,” said the hermit; “the one, broad and pleasant, leads to hell; the other is rough and narrow, and that leads to heaven.”

“I must be a fool indeed,” thought Brother Merry, “if I go the rough and narrow road;” so he went the broad and pleasant way till he came at last to a great black door, and that was the door of hell.

He knocked, and the door-keeper opened it, and when he saw that it was Merry he was sadly frightened, for who should he be but the ninth devil who had been in the knapsack, and he had thought himself lucky, for he had escaped with nothing worse than a black eye. He bolted the door again directly, and running to the chief of the devils, said—

“There is a fellow outside with a knapsack on his back, but pray don’t let him in, for he can get all hell into his knapsack by wishing it. He once got me a terribly ugly hammering in it.”

So they called out to Brother Merry, and told him that he must go away, for they should not let him in.

“Well, if they will not have me here,” thought Merry, “I’ll e’en try if I can get a lodging in heaven. Somewhere or other I must rest.”

So he turned about and went on till he came to the door of heaven, and there he knocked. Now the saint who had journeyed with Merry sat at the door, and had charge of the entrance. Brother Merry recognised him, and said—

“Are you here, old acquaintance? Then things will go better with me.”

The saint

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