Neither Wolf nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder Quotes

Kent Nerburn
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"I had a human obligation to try to bridge the gap between the world into which I had been born and the world of a people I had grown to know and love."
p. 3

"'No. What I have in my mind. I watch people. Indian people and white people. I see things. I want you to help me write it down right.'"
p. 17

"'The tobacco was why. The tobacco is like our church. It goes up to God. When we offer it, we are telling our God that we are speaking the truth. When Grover took the tobacco from you, he was telling the Great Spirit that he would do the best he could.'"
p. 41

"'And then there was a lot of intermarrying between our races, and sometimes there were rapes, so nobody really knows who is an Indian anymore, or even what it means.'"
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