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The little princess was merrily playing in the garden with her ball; tossing it up into the air and bounding it down on the ground. As she played she danced around, humming and singing little snatches of tunes to herself. She was completely unaware of the evil-looking creature creeping up behind her. Suddenly, the evil witch stretched out her arms and, with fingers pointing at the little princess she loosed an evil-sounding yell. The little princess looked up first in amazement and then in horror. Then, she yawned sleepily and fell back on the ground fast asleep. The witch then pronounced upon her the fate that she would slumber for a hundred years until prince should awaken her
Baker, Julie DeVecchio. (1970). A Survey of Creative Dramatics. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1701
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