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On tonight's episode, I read a great Fairytale called The Dwarfie stone. Far up in a heathery valley, in the island of Hoy, lies an immense boulder. It is hollow inside, and the natives of these northern islands call it the Dwarfie Stone, because long centuries ago, so the legend has it, Snorro the Dwarf lived there. Nobody knew where Snorro came from, or how long he had dwelt in the dark chamber inside the Dwarfie Stone. All they knew about him was that he was a little man, with a queer, twisted, deformed body and a face of marvelous beauty which never seemed to look any older, but was always smiling and young.
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