Story: The lion's dream
The lion's dream
A full-grown Bushman, whom the narrator knew, punished by a lion for having eaten forbidden portions of the lion’s prey, as a child. Told by Día!kwãin.(L V.-8. 4574-4617 1/2, 9. 4618, with notes upon 4616 rev. and 4617 rev.). An account of how a lion dreams and how it has the ability to make things obey their will (they 'work things').
1) See also The avoidance of the name of the lion and What the lion did to Xwerri-kau; and what parts of game should not be eaten by little children, 2) This story is found in Book V-8
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4616v & 4617v