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A boy who named Tuk singing to his sister Augusta.
Little Tuk was supposed to learn about all the cities in Zealand, but he had to do this at the same time his sister was learning her lessons.
The old washerwoman was going up the street. Tuk's mother told him to go and help her carry her washing. He did so as she was told.
When Tuk got back home, there was no light left to study by. So little Tuk put his book beneath his pillow. He had heard it would help.
During the night, Litte Tuk had a dream of the cities he was supposed to be studying about.
When he awoke in the morning, he knew his entire lesson, and the washerwoman thanked him again and said she hoped all his dreams would come true.
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