In the Beginning: Creation Stories from Around the World - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary and Analysis

The Old Man traveled everywhere. He created birds, animals, prairies, mountains, rivers and waterfalls. He grew tired and had to rest at times. He also stumbled over some of the terrain but he kept moving and creating. One day he decided to make a mother and a child. He molded them out of clay and told them they were people. He buried them and kept returning each day and each day he found that they had changed a little. On the fourth day, he told them to rise up and walk. The woman asked the Old Man if she and her child would live forever. The Old Man responded that he hadn't thought that out yet. The Old Man threw a buffalo chip in the water. He said if it floated, people would live forever. It floated but the...

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