By Paul Radin
Anthropological and mental research via Radin Kereny and Jung of the voraciously uninhibited episodes of the Winnebego Trickster cycle.
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He had changed him- -30- self into another person and his face was blackened. ''Oh, my, I wish I could get hold of him for you! When they tell me such things about him, I always long to get hold of him! In what direction did he go? ''He is going to get it now! Which way do you mean? ' So they went and there they saw a hole, a very large one, where the dirt had been freshly disturbed. 'Now he is going to get it! He is certainly the one that did it,' said the man. Then he went in the hole and after he was in a while he made quite a commotion as if he were striking something.
So there in the water he jumped and lay. He washed himself thoroughly. It is said that the old man almost died that time, for it was only with the greatest difficulty that he found the water. If the trees had not spoken to him he certainly would have died. Finally, after a long time and only after great exertions, did he clean himself, for the dung had been on him a long time and had dried. After he had cleansed himself he washed his racoon-skin blanket and his box. 68 26 As he was engaged in this cleansing he happened to look in the water and much to his surprise he saw many plums there.
79 They would go inside and then, when they rushed out, they made the noise that he had heard and which he had taken to be shouting. He looked at the flies and he saw that they were enjoying themselves greatly and he envied them. 'Well, I said that I would join in whatever they were doing and I am going to. ' Thus pondered Trickster. Then he said, 'Younger brothers, you are certainly having a lot of fun. You surely are doing an important thing. I would very much like to be like one of you. How can I do it?
The Trickster: A Study in American Indian Mythology by Paul Radin