Mr. Peters argues with the King about life as a swan versus life as a human.
Mr. Peters grows mean and threatens the King when he speaks.
The King has fierce eyes, is unfriendly, and speaks threateningly to Mr. Peters.
The King and Mr. Peters get into a fist fight over the granting of the three wishes.
The King is saying that Mr. Peters lacks basic intelligence.
The King is saying that Mr. Peters will waste his three wishes.
The King is saying that every human he meets wants three wishes.
The King is saying that he has granted three wishes to many humans.
He must make three wishes.
He misses his first wife.
He is somewhat lonely.
He lives in a remote place.
The King of the Forest warns him not to.
He wants to save two for an emergency.
The King of the Forest has forbidden him to do so.
He can think of only one thing to wish for.
She loves to swim to get her daily exercise.
She is soothed by the sound of the water.
She has a personal connection to the river.
She loves the water and plans to spend most of her time outside.
She misses her life as a human.
She misses living with the King of the Forest.
She misses her life as a swan.
She loves watching the flow of the water.
She does not want him to waste a wish on her.
She feels an obligation to stay with him.
She is getting used to living as a human.
She hated living as a swan.
Leita loves the outdoors but doesn't really care to travel.
Leits does not like Mr. Peters enough to travel around the world with him.
Leita does not want to be far from her sister.
Leita does not want to miss her daily swims with Rhea, in the river.
External. In her dream, Leita is talking of her fear of having to leave Mr. Peters.
Internal. In her dream, Leita is afraid of the river and is calling out for help.
External. In her dream, Leita is talking and laughing with Rhea, which frustrates the King of the Forest.
Internal. In her dream, Leita is crying and calling for her sister to wait for her.
She does not respect him and refuses to live as a human.
She refuses to submit to his requests.
She is unhappy as a swan.
She is unhappy as a human.
The swan wishes to return the chain to Mr. Peters.
The chain has gotten tangled around the swan's neck and since Mr. Peter's was helpful to the King of the Forest, his assistance is sought by the swan.
The swans have found and plan to keep Leita's gold chain.
The swans are Leita and her sister, Rhea.
Mr. Peters dies trying to think of a use for his third wish.
Mr. Peters is transformed into a swan before he dies.
Mr. Peters gives his third wish to Leita before he dies, who uses it to turn Mr. Peters into a swan.
Mr. Peters never uses the third wish and dies content.
Mr. Peters is frustrated by Leita's unhappiness and will do anything to make himself not feel guilty.
Mr. Peters wants to make Leita happy.
Mr. Peters knows that Rhea is sick and needs Leita's help.
Leita has convinced Rhea that life is better is a human.
Leita wants Mr. Peters to scratch her head.
Leita is trying to find a way to bite Mr. Peters.
Leita is saddened by being turned back into a swan.
Leita is thankful for her transformation.
Mr. Peters is happy because he is finally alone again.
Mr. Peters had wanted a wife who was not a swan.
Leita is with her sister and no longer unhappy.
Leita had not been nice to Mr. Peters, so he has decided to return Leita to her life before meeting him.
He communicates with two swans.
He still has a wish that he hasn't used.
They think he is a theif and powerful magician.
Never letting anyone in his house, not very many know much about him.