Edwin Sidney Hartland (1848–1927) was a british author specialized on folklore. He is known for tales anthologies and collection, works on mythology, ethnology and anthropology. He belived in scientific picture of beliefs and traditions, that could be composed through through the gathering end exploring folklore. Hartland was president of the Folklore Society from 1899 to 1901, and contributed to its Folk-Lore journal. Once upon a time in England was a witty, strong, and valiant king. He conquered many foreign lands and his people lived very well. But one day his wife died and the king was upset. The daughter of the king was upset too and decided to leave the parent’s mansion. She took some food and went on adventures… What troubles did she face? Read the story to know!