Andrew Lang was a Scottish prolific author, mostly known as the collector of folk and fairy tales. His collections contain dozens of old stories, myths, fables, and legends including "Little Red Riding Hood", "Story of Wali Dad the Simple-Hearted", "The Story of Three Bears", "The Goblin Pony" etc.
“The Magic Mirror From the Senna” is a fairy tale entered in “The Orange Fairy Book”, that was published in 1906. The story tells about a man named Gopani-Kufa, who once during the hunting comes upon a strange sight – an enormous python caught an antelope and coils itself around it; the antelope resists and injuring the snake, but can not break free. Both animals ask the man for help, but Gopani-Kufa decides to stab the antelope and set the python free. The snake is turned the King of underground kingdom and he promises to reward Gopani-Kufa for his help. The man receives the magic mirror that grants any wish he makes. But how Gopani-Kufa will dispose the magic force and how will the story end? Read the story to get the answers!