I Heard the Owl Call My Name Essay | I Heard the Owl Call My Name: Action and Inaction

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I Heard the Owl Call My Name: Action and Inaction

Summary: Analyzes the story "I Heard the Owl Call My Name", by Margaret Craven. Describes the action taken to either help or further hurt the chances of survival in the future for the village of Kingcome. Provides a story synopsis.
Every group of people has at least one goal that surrounds the idea of surviving into the future. Also in each group there are people who either help or hurt the group's chances of continuing. This was the same for the people of Kingcome in the novel I Heard the Owl Call MY Name. The characters depending on their environment or ideas assisted their chances or further hurt them.

Jim for instance was sent to the white man's world, but soon returned by choice to stay in Kingcome. The reasoning he gave was that he will marry Keetah and together they will preserve and teach the customs and traditions of the tribe. This helped the chance of survival of his society by educating the young about their heritage. Another example of a decision made for the well-being of the tribe...

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