1. The selfish woman was changed into a woodpecker. Read summary of this poem.

    The selfish woman was changed into a woodpecker.

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  2. The little woman was baking cakes when Saint Peter went to her. Read summary of this poem.

    The little woman was baking cakes when Saint Peter went to her.

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  3. Saint Peter said that the little lady is too selfish to live as human and have food and shelter. Now she will live like the birds, build nest for living and struggle for food which is very less in Northland. As soon as Saint Peter said these words, the little woman was transformed into a woodpecker.Read more

    Saint Peter said that the little lady is too selfish to live as human and have food and shelter. Now she will live like the birds, build nest for living and struggle for food which is very less in Northland. As soon as Saint Peter said these words, the little woman was transformed into a woodpecker.

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  4. The old woman refuse to part with the third cake as well because it looked to her too big to give away. Read summary of this poem.

    The old woman refuse to part with the third cake as well because it looked to her too big to give away.

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  5. The very little cake also looked too big to give away. Hence she refused to give it to Saint Peter and put in the shelf. Read summary of this poem.

    The very little cake also looked too big to give away. Hence she refused to give it to Saint Peter and put in the shelf.

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  6. The rhyme scheme of the poem A Legend of the Northland is ABCB. Read summary of this poem.

    The rhyme scheme of the poem A Legend of the Northland is ABCB.

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  7. The little woman was punished for her greedy act. First she refused to give a cake to Saint Peter from those already made. She then made smaller cakes but they again looked too big to give away. Hence she did not give anything to Saint Peter. Read summary of this poem.

    The little woman was punished for her greedy act. First she refused to give a cake to Saint Peter from those already made. She then made smaller cakes but they again looked too big to give away. Hence she did not give anything to Saint Peter.

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  8. Saint Peter cursed her to live like a bird and struggle for food and shelter. As soon as he cursed her, she was transformed into a woodpecker. Read summary of this poem.

    Saint Peter cursed her to live like a bird and struggle for food and shelter. As soon as he cursed her, she was transformed into a woodpecker.

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  9. The old lady was very greedy. She did not give any cake to Saint Peter and made smaller ones. However those small cakes also turned out to be too big to give away. Hence she refused to give anything to Saint Peter. Saint Peter was so hungry that he was half fainted. This greedy act of old lady provoRead more

    The old lady was very greedy. She did not give any cake to Saint Peter and made smaller ones. However those small cakes also turned out to be too big to give away. Hence she refused to give anything to Saint Peter.

    Saint Peter was so hungry that he was half fainted. This greedy act of old lady provoked him and he cursed her. I think he did the right thing because greedy people like old lady should learn how hard the life is.

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  10. No, the old lady would not have been so ungenerous if she had known about Saint Peter. She would have readily offered the best cake of her collection to him in order to seek his blessing. Read summary of this poem.

    No, the old lady would not have been so ungenerous if she had known about Saint Peter. She would have readily offered the best cake of her collection to him in order to seek his blessing.

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