What is the significance of the tree that True Son sees while he is with the military? Do you think that True Son would have the same feelings about the tree at the end of the story?
After the failed ambush, what do the Indians do to True Son's face? What does it symbolize, and what following events does it alert True Son to? What does Cuyloga do to his own face in response, and why?
Why does True Son call out a warning to the boat? Do you think that True Son felt the way he did because of Cuyloga's influence, Gordies, something within himself, or a combination? Explain.
What bother's True Son about the scalp that Thitpan has claimed? Knowing Cuyloga's attitude on the subject, do you think that True Son would feel the same way if he had never gone to live with the Butlers...
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