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A Dutch Source for Robinson Crusoe the Narrative of the El Ho Sjouke Gabbes

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A Dutch Source for Robinson Crusoe the Narrative of the El Ho Sjouke Gabbes
Hendrik Smeeks
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I presented him with six rusks and a bottle of wine. Taking these, he again squatted, and after having snored like a sleeping person, he got up and went to the main band. I stayed at the gate in order to be able to Compared with Robinson Crusoe 89 (176) see whatever they might un- dertake to do.
Thirty-six painted heroes with their spears came howl- ing up to the dead bodies, and lifting them, carried them to the large band. When they reached it, a terrible howling and yelling began. They march
...ed thus to the river. Similar outbursts continued through the entire night, first at one fire, then at another, and sometimes at two fires to- gether, all of which I could see and hear.
In the morning the corpse- bearer came right up to my gate where he began to howl dismally. Perceiving through my peep-holes that no other people were near, I came out with gun and cutlass. He was squatting as before, with both of his hands on his head. I made a sign that he should remain thus, and turning around, I was proceeding to fetch wine and bread for him.


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