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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 62, Hanna Hanna Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 62, Hanna Hanna Summary and Analysis

Hanna Hanna is the Holy Grandmother who brought all life. She creates the Goddess sisters Istustaya and Papaya, who spin the thread of destiny. She creates Kamrusepa, the Goddess of healing. Hanna Hanna assigns the duty of bringing the rains to the earth to her grandson, Zaskhapuna. Once she is sure that all the duties are taken care of by her children, Hanna Hanna rests.

A time comes when the land is drought stricken. Zaskhapuna does not notice until he is thirsty. He places the blame on his son, Telipinu. Zaskhapuna has handed his duties off to his son and Telipinu is nowhere to be found. Zaskhapuna sends Eagle to find his son, but he Eagle is unsuccessful. Zaskhapuna goes to his father hoping to ease his conscience but doesn't find the solace that he seeks. His...

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