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An old Hungarian folktale in which a wandering student gathers some peas that eventually make him a king despite his protests that he isn"t even a prince.
|Statement||a Hungarian folktale retold & illustrated by Colos.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.1.C7 St3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||72080243|
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The student who became king in spite of himself book Mistaken for a prince in disguise in a test that twists ""The Princess and the Pea,"" a young student is married to the king's daughter, then — by an even luckier chance — presented by a seven-headed dragon with a duck footed castle, from which (despite a few entangling conditions) he can rule both his own forest kingdom and, later, his wife's country as well.
Get this from a library. The student who became king in spite of himself: a Hungarian folktale. [Colos.] -- An old Hungarian folktale in which a wandering student gathers some peas that eventually make him a king despite his protests that he isn't even a prince.
Book published In he published, "The Student who Became King in Spite of Himself", his first book in English with Holt Rinehart & Winston incorporating his collage style into the illustrations.
He continued his work and, inhe began work on his 'Diary' – a large collection of collages which ended inwhen Francois Szalay-Colos Born:Budapest. Umi The Hawaiian Boy Who Became King 1st Ed Colored Illustrations.
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