Andrew Lang (31 March 1844 – 20 July 1912) is well-known as a collector of British folk and fairy tales, but he was Victorian poet, novelist, academic and critic too. His poem had success, but he became famous published Andrew Lang's Fairy Books of Many Colors – series of twelve different colored collections of fairy tales books (1889-1910). It includes 437 tales from different countries and different cultures. The Rover of the Plain is a fairy tale from The Orange Fairy Book written by Andrew Lang in 1897. This story about a young man who was in marriage age and wants to choose not a girl from his village, but find a wife He like. He went far away and came across a village of another traditions. Were was a hardworking girl he liked at once. Is it a good choice or The Rover of the Plain, buffalo of the village, will become turning-point of such good beginning? Why girl's family doesn't want to let go The Rover of the Plain with a daughter?