Correção de Texto: The wild Swans

Hi folks, I need to present a summary of the story "The wild Swans by Hans Christian Andersen (1838)" (http://goo.gl/QgKnh). Could you guys correct my text?

Summary:

There was a king with twelve children: eleven boys and a girl, Eliza. The king married again and his new wife didn't like the kids, then she transformed the boys in swans and Eliza was sent to a peasant house. Some years after, she reunited with her brother and she decided to help them. They took her until the queen of the fairies and she guided the princess to gather nettles in graveyards and to make shirts, to her brothers, with them. She suffered a lot with the nettles but she nerver gave up. Besides, she couldn't tell what she was doing to anyone. Then she knew a king that fell in love with her and they married. A night, Eliza needed new nettles and she was collecting them at church graveyard, then the aarchbishop condemned her to the fire. Her brothers discovered the situation and prevented her death. They lived happy forever.

That's all!

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There once was a king with twelve children: eleven boys and a girl, Eliza. The king married again, but his new wife didn't like the kids. So she transformed the boys into swans, and sent Eliza to live in a peasant home. Some years later, Eliza was reunited with her brothers and decided to help them. They took her to the queen of the fairies, who taught the princess to gather nettles in graveyards with which to make shirts for the brothers. She suffered a lot with the nettles but never gave up. Besides, she couldn't tell anyone what she was doing. Then she met a king who fell in love with her, and they were married. One night, however, when Eliza needed more nettles and was collecting them at a church graveyard, she was arrested. The archbishop condemned her to be burnt, but her brothers discovered what was happening and prevented her death. They lived happily ever after.