Narration Fairy Tale - the Princess and the Goblin

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A classic fairy tale The Princess and The Goblin by George MacDonald.
This passage must be read in a whimsical way for children and differentiate the narrator's voice and the different characters.

Vocal Characteristics



Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


British (England - Cockney, Estuary, East End) British (General) Scottish (General)


Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
I wonder duty. That's was her pit name for her nurse. What pigeon's eggs taste like, she said as she was eating her egg. Not quite a common one, for they always picked out the pinky ones for her. We'll get you a pigeon's egg and you shall judge for yourself, said the nurse. No dough tens, Irene suddenly reflecting. They might disturb the old lady in getting there, and that's even If they did not, she would have one less in consequence. What a strange creature you are, said the lives post a one to thing and then to refuse it. But she did not say to cross fee, and the princess never minded any remarks that were not on friendly. Well, you see, Lucy, there are reasons. She returned and said no more, for she did not want to bring up the subject of her former strife list. Her nurse should offer to go before she had her grandmother's permission to bring her. Of course, she could refuse to take her, but then she would believe her less than ever