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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 101, Sun Sister Summary & Analysis

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The following is an Eskimo account of how the sun and moon came to be in the sky. Men and women gather in the singing house to sing and laugh together. A fierce wind blows the lamps out and all is dark and silent. A scream is heard, for Sister has been attacked. She rubs her hands in the soot on the floor and places a handprint on the back of her attacker. When the lamps are relit, Sister sees that it is Brother who attacked her. Outraged at her brother's betrayal she seizes a knife and plunges it into his chest. She lights a log and carries it as a torch to light her way home. Brother follows suit, determined to prevent Sister from telling what happened.

His wound too great, Brother falls upon his torch in the snow. Sister...

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