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[American Story] 【整理】SE-2007-0804-FEATURE

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Homework V

Keesh looked up and smiled. “No, Klosh-Kwan, I am a boy. I know nothing of magic and witchcraft. But I have found an easy way to kill the ice bear. It is headcraft, not witchcraft.”

“And will you tell us, O Keesh?” Klosh-Kwan asked in a shaking voice.

“I will tell you. It is very simple. Watch!” Keesh picked up a thin piece of whale bone. The ends were pointed and sharp as a knife. Keesh bent the bone into a circle. Suddenly, he let the bone go and it became straight with a sharp snap. He picked up a piece of seal meat. “So,” he said, “first make a circle with a sharp, thin piece of whale bone. Put the circle of bone inside some seal meat, put it in the snow to freeze. The bear eats the ball of meat with the circle of bone inside. When the meat gets inside the bear, the meat gets warm and the bone goes snap. The sharp points make the bear sick. It is easy to kill them. It is simple.”

The Gluk said, “Oh!” Klosh-Kwan said, “Ah!” Each said something in his own way, and all understood.

That is the story of Keesh who lived long ago on the edge of the Polar Sea. Because he used headcraft instead of witchcraft, he rose from the poorest Igloo to be the chief in the village. And for all the years that followed, his people were happy. No one cried at night with pains of hunger.

You have heard the story “Keesh”. It was written by Jack London. Your storyteller was Shep O'Neal. This is Shirley Griffith.
Perseverance can sometimes equal genius in its results

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Keesh looked up and smiled:" No, Klosh-Kwan. I am a boy, I know nothing of magic or witchcraft. But I have found an easy way to kill the ice bear. It is headcraft, not witchcraft."
"And will you tell us, O Keesh?" Klosh-Kwan asked in a shaking voice.

"I will tell you, it is very simple. Watch." Keesh picked up a thin piece of whale bone. The ends were pointed and sharp as a knife. Keesh bent the bone into a circle. Suddenly he let the bone go, and it became straight with a sharp snap. He picked up a piece of seal meat. "So," he said, "first make a circle with a sharp thin piece of whale bone, put the circle of the bone inside some seal meat, put it in the snow to freeze. The bear eats the ball of meat with the circle of bone inside. When the meat gets inside the bear, the meat gets warm and the bone goes snap. The sharp points make the bear sick. It is easy to kill them. It is simple."

The Gluk said:" Oh!" Klosh-Kwan said:" Ah!" Each said something in his own way, and all understood.

That is the story of Keesh, who lived long ago on the edge of the Polar Sea. Because he used headcraft instead of witchcraft, he rose from the poorest Igloo to be the chief in the village. And for all the years that followed, his people were happy. No one cried at night with pains of hunger.

You have heard the story "Keesh". It was written by Jack London. Your storyteller was Shep O'Neal. This is Shirley Griffith.


Perseverance can sometimes equal genius in its results

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