First Rider, George
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N.B. the translator notes that the Napi stories in this document are inaccurate and are told in a confusing way. Consists of an interview about several Napi stories: the story of when men and women first married; the story of how Napi killed all the babies; the story of the lynx and why it looks as it does; the story of why the birch tree looks as it does and why the rectum is black; the story of how Napi lost his sight and the adventures that befell him when he was blind; the story of how the elk lost two of its four eyes; the story of File Runner, Adopted Child and Clot; the story of Napi and the elk skull; and the story of the elks that were playing follow the leader.
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