War Dances Characters

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The narrator of “The Limited”

The narrator of “The Limited,” an unnamed poet, confronts a man who tries to run over a stray dog. The narrator does not know why he thinks he can change the world, knowing he can only truly change himself.

George Wilson

The narrator of “Breaking and Entering,” George Wilson, is a married father and freelance video editor of Native American descent whose house is broken into by a black teen who tries to attack him. Wilson kills the black teen in self-defense and becomes the target of an unjust media firestorm. Wilson is even doubted by his own wife, who thinks he may have killed the teen in anger. When Wilson later has a chance to run over a group of antagonist black youths, he refuses to do so, proving the truth to himself.

The narrator of “Go, Ghost, Go”

The narrator of “Go...

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