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Corrie tried her best to sing along, but Sarah was clearly
not satisfied with her efforts.
Back to the chorus,' she said, and waved her arms even
more wildly. 'All things bright and beautiful-'
And that wasn't the end of it. Sarah went on and on,
mystery, set the Greeks dancing serpent-dances or beardances like Red Indians, or swimming with sacred pigs,
or leaping about in imitation of wolves, or holding a dogfeast, and offering dogs flesh to the gods. Thus the
student of folklore soon finds that
Greeks, Maoris, Hottentots, and Eskimo were ever in
contact with each other in historical times.
Now the peculiarity of the method of folklore is that it
will venture to compare (with due caution and due
examination of evidence) the myths of the most wide
Cambridge. and then he'll need money to help him get
started too. and then there's the cost of running the
house, and the garden and all the entertainment expenses.
ourse, but I wouldn't know anything about any of that,
would I? My Cindy was a dropout fro
'Oh.' Kate paused. She was obviously disappointed.
'Never mind. Instant will be fine,' she lied.
The April afternoon light shone weakly into the kitchen
from the small backyard. Jan put on the kettle for coffee
and switched on the light.
'We need some lig
see their points set, as amulets, in the gold of Etruscan
necklaces. In Perugia the arrowheads are still sold as
charms. All educated people, of course, have long been
aware that the metal wedge is a celt, or ancient bronze
axe-head, and that it was not f
bear no very definite marks of the special influence of
race, so it is with the habits and legends investigated by
the student of folklore. The stone arrow-head buried in a
Scottish cairn is like those which were interred with
Algonquin chiefs. The flints
but a reality. During our conversation the noises became
more distinct and loud; blow after blow resounded, as of
the axe descending upon the tree, followed by the crash of
the falling timber. Renewed blows announced the
repetition of the operations on an
human nature, when we touched on the identity of
magical practices and of superstitious beliefs. This
method is fairly well established and orthodox when we
deal with usages and superstitious beliefs; but may we
apply the same method when we deal with myt
akin by blood, nor that, at some forgotten time, they met
each other, and borrowed each others superstitions.
Again, when we find Odysseus sacrificing a black sheep
to the dead, and when we read that the Ovahereroes in
South Africa also appease with a bla
'Yes, well it would be nice, I know, but we haven't got the
time to be with her all day - we're so busy. Anyway, she'll
be going home soon.'
In fact Kate had hardly spoken to her mother. She left for
work each morning before Sarah was up and only got
Back in the kitchen, Corrie wondered what to do. Should
she phone Kate? But she knew Kate had an important
meeting in London. She decided to wait a few minutes
and then go back to see how Sarah was.
When Corrie went back to Sarah's room, the old lady was
'Why me?' Jan was beginning to lose control of her
feelings. 'Why always me? You seem to think I have
nothing better to do than look after Mother.'
'It's not that.'
'Well, what is it then? I'm still trying to get a proper job,
you know, and when I do, I c
thoughts. It may be Florida, as Florida was when first
discovered; it may be Zululand, or West Africa, or ancient
Rome, or Homeric Greece, or Palestine. In all these, and
many other regions, the sneeze was welcomed as an
auspicious omen. The little supers
case in the surviving mysteries of the Bushmen. Shortly
after the rebellion of Langalibaleles tribe, Mr. Orpen, the
chief magistrate in St. Johns Territory, made the
acquaintance of Qing, one of the last of an all but
exterminated tribe. Qing had never se
Wrapped in dreams, I lay on the night in question
tranquilly sleeping, but gradually roused to a perception
that discordant sounds disturbed the serenity of my
slumber. Loth to stir, I still dozed on, the sounds,
however, becoming, as it seemed, more dete
motives, and may conjecture that similar motives once
existed among the ancestors of the Greeks. Our method,
then, is to compare the seemingly meaningless customs or
manners of civilised races with the similar customs and
manners which exist among the unc
she forget about something. I try to help her, but
sometime she a little bit difficult to understand.'
'Oh, I'm sure you'll manage,' said Kate. 'Just let me know
how things go tomorrow, all right?'
'I do my best,' said Corrie.
'I know you will. I don't kn
'You take your hands off me! Who do think you are? What
are you doing in my house?' she shouted.
Then, quite suddenly, she burst into tears, rocking her
body backwards and forwards in her armchair, and
mumbling confused phrases.
'I don't want to say anyth
'Haven't you had enough to drink, darling?' asked Kate.
'I'm celebrating my success,' said Hugh. 'They both want
to come in with me. If this investment fund works out, I'll
be so rich I'll never have to work again!'
'Well done, darling,' said Kate, though
Australian Kurnai, they all rapidly painted themselves
with pipe-clay: red ochre is no use, it cannot frighten an
enemy. If, then, Greeks in the historic period kept up
Australian tactics, it is probable that the ancient mysteries
of Greece might retain t
'Manager? What manager?' said Sarah. 'But I wonder if
you've seen my father? Someone told me he lives round
here, but I haven't seen him for a long time. Have you
'Your father? So sorry, I don't know him,' said Corrie.
'Yes, you do,' said Sarah
and filth of every kind. The girls are plastered with
charcoal powder and white clay, answering to the Greek
gypsum. Similar daubings were performed at the
mysteries by the Mandans, as described by Catlin; and
the Zunis made raids on Mr. Cushings black pa
course. I know you have to keep up appearances in your
position,' said Jan without smiling.
'True,' said Kate with, a meaningful look at Jan's old
sweater and dirty jeans. 'I can't afford to let myself go.'
'So what are we going to do about Mother?' asked
Everything started well. Sarah fell asleep in the car and
only woke up when they arrived at Kate's house. Kate put
her mother in her daughter Caroline's old room. It was a
big, bright room, and overlooked the large garden, which
went down to the river. Ka
She was wondering if this was the right moment to talk
about Jan's idea, when Hugh asked her, 'How did you get
on at your sister's today? I hope it wasn't too boring.'
She decided that this was the right time to mention it.
'Not boring, but a bit awkward.
are twenty brothers, each with a hat on his head? Answer,
Fingers and toes, with nails for hats. This is like the
French un pere a douze fils? lan. A comparison of M.
Rollands Devinettes with the Woluf conundrums of
Boilat, the Samoan examples in Turners
sacrifice, and the witches demand of this Pirua, if it hath
strength sufficient to continue until the next yeare, and if
it answers no, then they carry this Mays to the farme to
burne, whence they brought it, according to every mans
power, then they make
the breast of the figure and grasped the breast and shook it
hard, demanding some grace or gift.
As a rule, the grace demanded was power to make
captives in war. The curious coincidence of the midnight
axe, occurring in lands so remote as Ceylon and Mexic