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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 47, Mboze and Bunzi Summary

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Chapter 47, Mboze and Bunzi Summary and Analysis

To the Woyo people of Zaire, Mboze is the First Mother who lives at the mouth of the great river. Mboze takes her son, Makanga, as her lover. From this union, Bunzi, a serpent daughter, is born. Mboze's husband, Kuitikuiti, is filled with a jealous rage when he learns that Makanga is the father and beats Mboze to death. As Bunzi grows she learns to do the work of her mother. She pours the rains from the heavens and can be seen in the beauty of a rainbow.

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