Neither Wolf nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder - Study Guide Chapters 7 through 9 Summary & Analysis

Kent Nerburn
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Chapters seven through nine describe Nerburn, Dan and Grover watching television together and how Nerburn's Nissan breaks down.

Chapter 7 Rooting for the Cowboys notes that Dan asked Grover why he didn't have any junk cars. Grover joked he didn't have a dog. Grover said it was lunchtime and told Nerburn to have a seat. Dan brought bread and other lunch supplies from the refrigerator to the table for sandwiches. Grover was watching a cowboy and Indian television show and turned up the volume when a favorite part came on. Grover and Dan talked about the show. Nerburn was surprised cowboys chasing Indians didn't bother them. They said it was a game and didn't have anything to do with real life. They said these movies came from "Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show". The movie idea portrayed Indians as "war-paint Indians" and bloodthirsty killers. They...

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