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Wounded Chevy at Wounded Knee Analysis

In Wounded Chevy at Wounded Knee, Diana Hume George gives a firsthand account of the problems that plague Indian culture. She is able to show the plight of the American Indian from two unique points of view. She discusses the struggles of Indian culture as a white woman, but without the prejudice most other white women have. She discusses her own struggles as someone living in an Indian world, but with the freedom to leave that world behind- a freedom that most Indians do not posses.
She says that she feels a mixture of pride and contempt: pride that she knows more ...

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