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Ole-Luk-Oie the Dream God-Wednesday

Ole-Luk-Oie the Dream God-Wednesday

On Wednesday, Ole-Luk-Oie came to Hjalmar and asked him if he wanted to go sailing. Hjalmar did want to go sailing and they found themselves upon a ship. 890 more words

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Ole-Luk-Oie The Dream God-Tuesday

Ole-Luk-Oie The Dream God-Tuesday

On Tuesday, Ole-Luk-Oie came to Hjalmar again. This time he made all the furniture come to life. Each piece of furniture talked only of itself. 465 more words

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Ole-Luk-Oie The Dream God-Monday

Ole-Luk-Oie The Dream God-Monday

On Monday, Ole-Luk-Oie came to Hjalmar. He told him to relax and that he was going to decorate the room. All the flowers in their pots turned into tall trees, which held beautiful flowers. 553 more words

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Ole-Luk-Oie The Dream God

Ole-Luk-Oie The Dream God

There is nobody who knows more stories that Old-Luk-Oie. He comes up the stairs softly. He creeps into the rooms of children. 649 more words

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The Tinder-Box - Hans Christian Andersen

The Tinder-Box
by Hans Christian Andersen

(about 2900 words)

The Tinder-Box is a fairy tale, and has all the trappings of fairy-tales: a witch, a downtrodden soldier, copper, silver, gold, three guardians, and a princess trapped in a tower and a king who has seen her marriage unfavorably prophesied to–you guessed it–a common soldier. 678 more words

The Buckwheat

The Buckwheat

If, after a thunderstorm, you see a blackened field of buckwheat, there is a reason for it. Some people say it is lightning, but the sparrow says differently. 540 more words

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Janusz Rudnicki in B O D Y

An essay in B O D Y on the life of Hans Christian Andersen, a life as bizarre in many ways as anything the writer conjured up in his well-known stories. 182 more words

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