By Russell Bertrand
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All at once the shrew turned into a man, who caught one of the storks by her long leg. " blubbered the stork, "and how does our other sister at home fare? " He told them everything. " He went home, and the three storks followed him on high, with much talking and many songs. He reached the house and entered it; but the storks were circling on high, singing their incantations. They wanted to pull out the arrow. "--"You are older than I. "--"No, we are unable to pull it out. " Then the youngest stork flew upward, and for a moment stood still directly over the vent hole of the silver tent.
Com Table of Contents Introduction Transcription 1. Tales Of The Tundra Yukaghir 1. The Girl And The Evil Spirit 2. A Tale About The Wood-Master 3. Tale About The Sea-Spirit 4. The Sly Young Man 5. Creation Story 6. The Shaman Who Turned Into A Fox 7. Tale About Three Storks 8. Reindeer-Born 2. Tales Of The Lamut 1. Chaun Story 2. A Tale Of The Chukchee Invasion 3. Story About Cannibals 4. A Tale About Stingy Reindeer-Owners 5. Story Of An Arctic Fox 6. Wolves And Men 7. Bear, Wolverene, And Wolf Story 8.
That done, he rode on with all possible speed. They rode across the mountain-ridge, and fled to steep rocks along the narrowest paths, so that the Chukchee sledges could not follow their riding reindeer. Whenever a pack reindeer fell down exhausted, they would not stop to take off the load, but would leave it there, load and all. At last they came to the mountains of Oloi. The pursuers were not there, so they stopped, and after a while pitched their camps. Told by HIrkán, a Lamut man from the desert of Chaun, in the village of Nishne-Kolymsk, winter of 1896.
A Debate On The Argument From Contingency by Russell Bertrand