Indian Horse Quotes

Richard Wagamese
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The change that comes our way will come in many forms. In sights that are mysterious to our eyes, in sounds that are grating to our ears, in ways of thinking that will crash like thunder in our hearts and minds. But we must learn to ride each one of these horses of change.
-- Saul's great-grandfather (chapter 2)

Importance: According to the stories of the Ojibway tribe's history, Saul's great-grandfather had a vision soon after first encountering a horse. The vision warned him that many profound changes would soon affect the Ojibway. This vision likely refers to the effects of white Canadian oppression against the natives, as explored in the novel. Unfortunately, these changes have been even more destructive than Saul's ancestor predicted.

Naomi had seen the adults of our camp taken away as children. She’d seen them return bearing a sorrow that could not be reached.
-- Saul (narration) (chapter 3)

Importance: In this line of narration, Saul remarks...

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