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Essay | My Antonia

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of My Antonia.
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My Antonia

Summary: Explains the feelings the immigrants had towards western movement and how it affected them in the book "My Antonia."
In the book, "My Antonia", nostalgic views can be compared to those from narratives of Indians personal experiences. The experience that can be compared is the relation that they had regarding the westward movement and the plans the Americans had for the different races. The hardships they had experienced had been uncomfortable and unfair. The Indians had it harder than the immigrants, because they were moved from their own homes and sent to reservations and their kids were taken to the east to learn to become white. The immigrants came to the west expected great opportunities. They experienced hardships which involved new culture, religion, and the racist ways of the white men. Although these images can be compared to hardships they had the Indians had a more difficult outcome to experience.

As America moved westward the Indians had finally run out of places to live. The Indians were...

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This section contains 907 words
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