The narrative reads: 'Many a young water-splasher should be too horrific to be mistaken as one of our own, too Brobdingnagian or Malificent to even be contemplated as kin, yet it is when the imagination seizes upon a deep and hidden beauty - which it believes has no equal - that the truth of this is often found in the heart of the beholder. Re-deep-affirmation lies in the sanctity of the heart's affections and the truth of imagination, for there is only one happiness in life - to love and be loved. As for the princess? Much like her grandmama, Snow White, she yearned for a true prince, but found them all too short for her tastes; much like her cousin, Cinderella, she tried going to dances, but her would-be suitors couldn’t see the real her; and much like her sister, Sleeping Beauty, the princess had an arranged marriage, but found she would rather sleep than spend time with her betrothed. The moral of the story is this…you have to toss a lot of frogs before you find your true prince. - I. Newt. Onsalamandra'
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