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Molly

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Molly was one of the children who attended the Feast of Good Children when Smith Smithson ate the Fay-star that had been put in the Great Cake. Long after he had retired, the Master Cook at that occasion, Nokes, was trying to figure out who had swallowed the Fay-star and he remembered Molly, the Miller's daughter. Nokes claimed that Molly had been greedy and had bolted her food, and later had become as fat as a sack. Alf, who had been Nokes' apprentice at the time, said that Molly had not bolted her food and had not eaten the star since she found two trinkets in her slice.[1]

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  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, Smith of Wootton Major