chapter  65
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The Two Good Friends—Li dui cumpari

When he got back home, he sought out the man who owned all the houses that had been abandoned because of the spell, and they were very fine houses indeed.

“I want to buy these houses,” he said. They agreed on a price, and he paid him two hundred gold coins, since he

had collected two thousand such coins from the cave. Well, he furnished those houses in the very best fashion, took the remainder of the enchanted money, and lived a rich and happy life, while the rest of us here make do with nothing. Told by Vincenzo Midulla at Casteltermini.