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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 98, Somagalags Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 98, Somagalags Summary and Analysis

The stories of Somagalags come from the Bella Coola people who live along the coasts of British Columbia. Somagalags descends from heaven, finds a man and becomes pregnant. She gives birth to three mountains Kuga Mountain, Zaychisi and Mountain Segos. When the mountains are full grown, Somagalags leaves for the beach. She builds herself a cedar cabin. She once again gives birth, but this time to four wolf cubs. She places them in the warmest corner of her cabin as she goes to the beach to fetch clams for them. When she returns to the cabin, Somagalags is surprised to hear the sounds of children's laughter coming from inside. When she enters the cabin, she sees her newborn cubs fast asleep. Years pass by and Somagalags is old and weary. As she returns from yet another clam collecting trip...

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