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Blue Winds Dancing, Thomas S. Whitecloud

Whitecloud, Thomas S. Blue Winds Dancing. N.p.:, n.d. PDF.

The phrase "They will say he has gone back to the blanket" in line 53 suggests that


the narrator wishes to keep his heritage separate from the "white man's" world.


the narrator wishes to escape the "white man's" world, but he doesn't know if he can still belong to the Native American world.


the "white man" disparages the Native American culture, while the narrator values it.


the narrator feels a deep appreciation for nature, while the "white man" wishes to conquer it.


the narrator sees the Native American tradition as comfortingly homey.

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