A Yellow Raft in Blue Water

What is the main conflict in A Yellow Raft in Blue Water by Michael Dorris?

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One major conflict in the novel is a direct result of culture clash. Elgin's black culture, for example, is in conflict with Christine's upbringing on the reservation.

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