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Neither Wolf nor Dog: On Forgotten Roads with an Indian Elder Study Questions & Topics for Discussion

Kent Nerburn
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Topics for Discussion

Describe and discuss at least three reasons that Nerburn may have used to decide whether to help the old man with his book. Do you agree or disagree with the reasons he gives? Describe why or why not.

Identify, list and describe the steps according to Dan that was used by the white man to take over Indian lands. Do you agree or disagree with the story Dan told Nerburn? Why or why not?

Explain and discuss the significant differences that Dan complains about between hippies and yuppies regarding their appreciation of Indian culture.

Identify, list and describe at least five signs of habitation that distinguish a "reservation town" from a "homestead town", as described by Nerburn. Comment on the cultural significance that may be represented by the differences.

Describe and discuss how "Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show" was the source for creating the movie idea image...

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This section contains 307 words
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