Not long after, an inquisitive rabbit came along. Smelling the lettuce, the rabbit hopped into the sack. In a flash, Puss-in-Boots closed the sack with the rabbit inside. Then, he went to the palace to seek the King.
"Your Majesty, my master, Marquis of Carabas, sent me here to present you with this gift," said Puss-in-Boots.
The King was delighted and replied, "Thank your master for his kindness!"
The nest day, Puss-in-Boots caught two pheasants and once again went to the palace to present them to the King. For many days, Puss-in-Boots continually brought the King presents that were supposedly from his master.
One day, the King decided to take his daughter on a carriage ride along the river. Puss-in-Boots devised a clever plan and hurried home to his master.
"Master, you must come at once!" he said. His master followed Puss-in-Boots to the river. Puss ordered his master to go for a swim and his master obeyed. Puss-in-Boots then gathered his master's clothes and hid them.
Soon after, the King's carriage appeared. Puss-in-Boots leapt in front of the carriage, crying, "Help!Help!My master is drowning in the river!"
Recognizing Puss-in-Boots, the King immediately ordered his servants to rescue the marquis. Puss-in-Boots explained to them that thieves had robbed his master while he was bathing. The King then ordered his servants to fetch the marquis the finest clothes. The marquis looked very handsome in the fine clothes. The King, as well as his daughter, were very impressed. The King then invited the marquis to accompany them on their carriage ride.
Meanwhile, Puss had raced ahead and approached some peasants working in the fields.
"The King is nearing the field. When he arrives, tell hime that these fields belong to the Marquis of Carabas or I will place a curse on you!" said Puss-in-Boots.
Not long after, the King's carriage approached. The King stopped to ask the peasants who owned the magnificent fields.
"They belong to the Marquis of Carabas," they replied. The King was impressed. The marquis was beginning to understand Puss-in-Boots' clever plan.
Meanwhile, Puss-in-Boots had continued further down the road. He reached some harvesters and again told them to tell the King that the land belonged to the Marquis of Carabas.
Once again, the King stopped to ask the owner of the land.
Again, they replied, "The land belongs to the Marquis of Carabas." By now, the King was thoroughly impressed.
- 9 年前最佳解答
“陛下，我的主人卡拉巴斯侯爵，派我來送您這個禮物” 穿靴子的貓說國王很高興的回答: “替我謝謝你的主人的美意!” 隔天，穿靴子的貓抓到兩隻野雞，再次到王宮送給國王(兩隻野雞)。穿靴子的貓連續很多天都不斷獻給國王禮物(穿靴子貓說他主人交待的送的)某日，國王決定帶他的女兒乘坐馬車遊河出巡，穿靴子的貓想到一個完美的計畫，馬上跑回去告訴他主人
很久以前讀過的童話故事，皆大歡喜的結局，聰明的貓替他主人找到好歸宿!!讚!!作者：貝洛(1628-1703)法國作家 著名童話故事為睡美人、小紅帽、灰姑娘、藍鬍子參考資料： 我