'... he flew to the water, and swam towards the beautiful swans... "Kill me", said the poor bird; and he bent his head down to the surface of the water, and awaited death. But what did he see in the clear stream below? His own image; no longer a gray, ugly and disagreeable duckling, but a graceful and beautiful swan'. ('The Ugly Duckling' by Hans Christian Andersen)
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