The White Dove (Danish Fairy Tale)

The White Dove (Danish Fairy Tale)

The White Dove is a Danish fairy tale. Andrew Lang included it in The Pink Fairy Book.

A version of the tale also appears in A Book of Witches, by Ruth Manning-Sanders.

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