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Red Prophet Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11: Redboy Summary

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Chapter 11: Redboy Summary

Measure leaves and the brothers stand at the dune with all of the Reds, each with their own philosophy. Tenskwa-Tawa says that in order for peace to happen, White and Red man must separate again and that the river be their divider. He asks that all men who join him take that oath. It simply states that no Red man will take a White man's weapon, steal belongings, bring harm to any of their people or use their tools, clothing or drink. Above all else, no life is to be taken that doesn't give itself up freely to die. Ta-Kumsaw has a different philosophy. He advocates that white man's weapons can be used to defend themselves, that every white must live under red man's law, leave the land or die, that no Red man will torture, or kill a prisoner and that no death of...

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