Isak Dinesen: The Life of a Storyteller - Book Two Tania, Chapters 29-32: Lion Hunt; Visitors to the Farm; Spirits of the Air; Closing the Parentheses Summary & Analysis

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Book Two Tania, Chapters 29-32: Lion Hunt; Visitors to the Farm; Spirits of the Air; Closing the Parentheses Summary and Analysis

Summary

While Denys adventured in Africa, Dinesen did her routines, which included going on safari and spending much time with old friends. Denys showed up now and then with his tales of adventure. Dinesen listened to them as part of his audience and enjoyed his presence without much comment. When he showed her wildlife movies, she did tell him that they were pale representations of real animals in the wild.

Dinesen and Denys came upon two lions on New Years Day. Denys shot both of them, but this was retold in Dinesen's book, Out of Africa, as a love scene in which she shot the second lion...

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