The Light in the Forest
Important Quotations Explained
When you put these on, will you give me your Indian clothes, True Son? Then I can be an Indian.
I'm never free from white folks. And neither are you and your brother .
Now go like an Indian, True Son. Give me no more shame.
It is not only the white man who breaks the sixth commandment . Evil and ugly things have been committed against the will of God on both sides.
Then who is my father?
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