Thunder Rolling in the Mountains Themes

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Man's inhumanity to man might well be the title of the theme of this novel.

Even though Joseph has tried to live in peace with the whites, and even though his people ask nothing more than to be left alone, they are driven from their homeland, deprived of their horses and cattle which represent their livelihood, and hunted like wild animals. The same settlers who are helped by the Indians, turn informers on them...

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