"Blue Winds Dancing" Pride and Racial Inferiority Essay | Student Essay

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"Blue Winds Dancing" Pride and Racial Inferiority

Summary: Blue Winds Dancing Tom Whitecloud, looking at the prejudice and racial inferiority throughout the essay.
"Blue Winds Dancing" Pride and Racial Inferiority

Pride for ones culture is a fine line between admiration of your own culture and contempt for those that are different. Where is the line drawn between pride and prejudice? A society will always feel as though their system of beliefs and way of life is superior and opposing culture are lacking in dignity. In "Blue Winds Dancing" Tom Whitecloud's unnamed character is at that crossroad in his life. Is his Indian culture truly inferior to that of the White man; is his honor to not drift away from his own culture leading to prejudice for the White man"

Throughout the story there is a constant comparison of White culture and Indian culture. It begins with the narrator noticing a difference in landscaping between the two cultures. ." . . there is always beauty in order. . . rows...

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