The Light in the ForesteBook - 1988
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So that's why they're so pale and bandy-legged," he nodded, "having to eat such old and stringy leather while Indian people have rich venison and bear meat
They hated to give them up all right. But they hated worse to see a white man's town a settin' there on the banks of their own river...They were scared we were takin' over the country. So they started fetchin' in their white relations
It is not only the white man who breaks the sixth commandment…. Evil and ugly things have been committed against the will of God on both sides.
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True Son has had trouble knowing his true identity. Captured by Indians when little. And now they want to give him back to his true family. The whites.
True Son believes he is fully-Indian. He fights against his family bonds. Later he runs back to what he thinks, is his true family.
But when the Indians decide to kill a few whites, what will he do? Will he join in on their little ''prank'' or be known as a traitor?
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