Tvedt, J., Hornbäk, Hjemmet og Skolen, Ugeblad for Born og Ungdom, 1873. No. XXXII, p. 273. (Said to have been communicated by narrator's grandfather; apparently retold from Asbjörnsen's tale in Nor. No. I.--Moltke Moe.)
Parents too poor to provide skirt for daughter, hollow out oak tree for petticoat; die, leaving cat and dog for son and daughter. Heroine takes the cat. [Story proceeds like No. 11.]
(1) Man and woman have son and daughter. They are too poor to get a skirt for daughter, and at last hollow out an oak-tree log as a petticoat for her. Parents die, leaving only a cat and a dog for the children. Boy takes the dog; girl takes the cat.
[Story proceeds like No. 11, "Kari Traestak".]
Cox, Marian Roalfe. Cinderella: Three Hundred and Forty-five Variants of Cinderella, Catskin, and Cap O' Rushes, abstracted and tabulated. London: David Nutt for the Folklore Society, 1893.
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