Story: Sun and Moon story
Sun and Moon story
A continuation of the The Sun pierces the full Moon with his knife, in which the Moon asks the Sun to leave his /kuirri (piece of neck sinew) so that the children can still see him come. The Sun consents, letting go of him (putting his knife back into his bag).
1) This story is a continuation of The Sun pierces the full Moon with his knife, p.292, 2) Additions have been made by Dia!kwain on the verso pages of the story, 3) This story is found in Book II-4
18 September 1871 (started)
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