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Ancient Mirrors of Womanhood - Chapter 103, Pasowee, the Buffalo Woman Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 103, Pasowee, the Buffalo Woman Summary and Analysis

The story of Pasowee is from the Kiowa people. Pasowee was stolen from her people when she was just an infant. Pasowee lives with her captors for many years until one day she escapes. On the night of her escape, she takes refuge in the hide of a dead buffalo. Pasowee dreams that a buffalo comes to life and talks to her. He teaches her the many uses of his body as well as how to find her people. The next morning Pasowee witnesses a buffalo being attacked by wolves, just as the buffalo in her dream had foretold. After the wolves leave, she gathers some buffalo meat and dries it, just as the dream buffalo had taught her. She starts again on her journey to rejoin her people. They are overjoyed at...

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