Story: Oh old woman! At what place did you grow up?
Oh old woman! At what place did you grow up?
An insert containing an address to an old woman in which she is asked where she grew up as a child and what the place's name is. It asks her who her friends (or companions) were, and what her people's names are.
1) This story is a loose insert found inside the back cover of Book VIII-15, along with some other pages containing untranslated |xam text and a scrap of paper on which the Latin name of the Blue crane is written (Tetrapteryx paradisea), 2) See also Thy name which is a Bushman name, what is it?' (at Breakwater)
30 July 1878 (partly written or rewritten on)
language (|xam) , language ('Oh old woman!') , old woman (her place) , old woman (her relations) , old woman ('At what place did you grow up?') , old woman (her personal history) , personal history (of an old woman) , personal history ('Oh old woman! At what place did you grow up?')
inserts in Book VIII-15