Story: Note on the two Lions
Note on the two Lions
A note about the two Lions, !gu and !haue ta ≠hou. !gu eats people, but !haue ta ≠hou does not and is usually the one who scolds !gu about his doings.
1) See also How the Blue Crane vainly sought for !kuommain |ka ||kau, was killed and eaten by the Lions, and restored to life by means of one of the bones of the Mantis (Part 2) and !ga ka Kkumm. The Frog's story or The Frog, the Blue Crane, the Beetle, and !kuommain |ka ||kau (Part I) and The young woman who disobeyed her mother, and fell in with the two Lions (!haue to ≠hou and !gu), 2) This story is found in Book VIII-32
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