The Palm-wine Drinkard and His Dead Palm-wine Tapster in the Dead's Town - Pages 223-230 Summary & Analysis

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Since there is no road to the Deads' Town, the drinkard and his wife must travel through the bush, which is thick, almost-impenetrable jungle. One night they meet a huge white monster and are afraid it is going to eat them. The drinkard uses a charm to transform himself and his wife into a great fire, thinking to scare away the white creature. Unfortunately, it turns out that the white creature is very cold, and he goes and gets all his friends, and the white creatures spend the evening warming themselves at the fire. The drinkard and his wife eventually manage to move on to a very strange town. They make camp under a termite house that they find. In the morning, it turns out that the owner of the market looks exactly like a termite house, and the drinkard has insulted him by making...

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