The Flight of Red Bird: The Life of Zitkala-Sa Quotes

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"You must never talk about my tears." Wounspe Tokaheya, p. 10

"Gertrude's mother prepared her to be a traditional Yankton woman." Winyan, p. 21

"Gertrude had no idea what life would be like at boarding school, or that the school was over 700 miles from home." Wasicun Kin Owewakankan Tawapi, p. 28

"Then I lost my spirit." The First Day of School, p. 37

"'Killing the Indian' in Gertrude had begun." The First Day of School, p. 37

"Nearing fifteen, she was in emotional turmoil, surrounded between two cultures." The Returned Student, p. 52

"My daughter, beware of the paleface." A Second Visit Home, p. 76

"Like a slender tree, I had been uprooted from my mother, nature, and the Great Spirit." Realizations, p. 82

"Where I am to go or when and what I am to do, no one knows." Love, p. 99

"There was no justice for Indians." Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bonnin, p. 113

"She signed the...

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