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Imperishable: Niezguinek and the Crawfish more
The young man Niezguinek, whose name means Imperishable, or, rather, will not die, stands barefoot on the beach talking to the Giant Lobster, or the King of the Crawfish. Strictly speaking, crawfish or crayfish live in fresh water, and lobsters in the sea; the story mentions the ocean, and I suspect the translator is using the terms lobster and crawfish interchangeably. In the background we see the ocean an a sailing ship.
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