(urth) fifth head owlet- wolf

Marc Aramini marcaramini at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 28 06:41:36 PDT 2013

One more mention at least tangential to owl- at the start of "a Story" Sandwalker hunts the owl mouse and eats its young like shrimp and chews the seeds it has stored there, but more telling in this section is the concept that the sleeping place of the Hillmen moves and hides itself if it is not satisfied with the sacrifice a Hillman brings - thus Sandwalker leaves little bodies at night and sometimes they are gone in the morning.  At least in the story, the sleeping place is essential to their long survival and can shun them or occasionally do something with their sacrifices to make it "gone" in the morning. 

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> As previously commented in the discussion between Jerry and David:

> I note that there's no mention there of wolves eating their own young, but rather of their eating human infants as well as "laggards" among the pack. Close enough?
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