West with the Night - Book 2, Chapter 7, Praise God for the Blood of the Bull Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 7, Praise God for the Blood of the Bull Summary and Analysis

The leader of the Murani, Arab Maina, held up a gourd filled with bull's blood and curdled milk to drink as an offering to God for the strength to make a good hunt. After the ceremony, Arab Murani, Arab Kosky, and Beryl set out on the hunt with Buller and a pack of native dogs. Before they are very far into their hunt, they come across a reed-buck. Arab Maina kills the animal before it can complete a single leap. Arab Kosky and Beryl skin the animal and cut off some of its meat for the dogs to eat before continuing their hunt.

The hunting party moved into a salt-lick where they expect to find wild boar. However, on this day all was...

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