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SOFTHEAD AND THE
BEANFEASTERS

brother told him. "That road leads to fame and fortune; just keep on walking till you meet it."
" What shall I put in the handkerchief?" asked Softhead. "Can I take a handful of earth with me to remind me of home?"
" Of course, take as much as you like," answered his brother, who was only too eager to get rid of him.
So Softhead filled his handkerchief with rich black earth from the farm, knotted the corners and tied it to the end of the stick. Then he shouldered the stick and, with a sad little sigh, set off down the road.
He plodded on until he came to the shores of Oleron; finding that he had come to the end of the road, he took the ferry across to the mainland, and went on walking in the same direction.
Up hill and down dale, on and on, until at last he came to the land of the Beanfeasters.

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