Wife! Wife! I have a fine story to tell you. The woodcutter’s wife was very happy when she heard about the three wishes.
The Wife said: "What a wonderful thing it is to have three wishes! Let’s not be hasty. Let’s wait until morning before we make a single wish."
The Woodcutter said, "A wise idea. That way we will be able to think more clearly. But for now I’m as hungry as a bear. When’s supper?"
"Supper will be ready in one hour," said the Wife.
"One hour! But I’m starving! I wish I had a big sausage right now!" shouted the Woodcutter.
Now, no sooner had the woodcutter said the words when a sausage appeared on the table.
The Wife cried, "You fool! Look what you’ve done! You’ve wasted one wish! How could you be so foolish?"
Does this story show part of the setting, plot or theme?