Pitré, Fiabe, Novelle e Racconti popolari Siciliani. (Bibl. Delle trad. pop. Sic., vol. iv.) Palermo, 1875. pp. 88-92. Variants of the above [No. 315].
"LU CUNTU DI LU SALI"
[Story differs very slightly from the above. No. 317.] Parrot warns girl that dragon will eat her; dragon makes her reply that she will marry king's son--Happy marriage--Value of salt.
[This story is very slightly different from the above No. 317.]-- (4) The parrot sings to the girl:
And the dragon makes the girl reply:
-- (5) At the wedding-feast heroine asks her father why he does not eat, and he says that the dishes are without salt. Then daughter explains the phrase, vuluri beni quantu lu sali.
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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