Story: Children do not eat jackal's hearts
Children do not eat jackal's hearts
Little children, among the Bushmen, are not allowed to eat the heart of the Jackal, on account of its great timidity. The heart of the Leopard may, on the contrary, be eaten by them. By /han≠kass’o (L VIII-16. 7457-7459).
1) This story was translated on 8 August 1898 (see Book VIII-16: p.V), 2) |han≠kass'o heard this story from his maternal grandfather (Tsatsi), 3) pp.7456v-7458v: see Notes (to Children do not eat jackal's hearts), 4) This story is found in Book VIII-16
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