The Three Snake Leaves: A Fairy Tale Re-Told by Philip Pullman

Now the king had a daughter who was very beautiful, but she had one strange obsession. She had sworn an oath not to marry any man unless he promised to let himself be buried alive with her if she died first. “After all, if he really loves me,” she said, “why would he want to go on living?” And she said that she would do the same and be buried with him if he was the first to die.

Fairy Tales From the Brothers Grimm, re-told by Philip Pullman

When a story begins like this, there is only ONE way it can go down:  The princess will die first.

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