This conflict is about man vs society, man vs indians.
From this, we can see that he was explaining to an indian what was he doing.
No, no, it’s just a saying. I didn’t literally kill Indians. We were supposed to make you give up being Indian. Your songs and stories and language and dancing. Everything. We weren’t trying to kill Indian people. We were trying to kill Indian culture
The main character, a small boy, displays a sort of naive and childish sort of mindset, adding into what the author wants the reader to feel, that the man was against indians
Adults are so good at smiling mysteriously. Do they go to college for that?
From this, we can see that the man is starting to go against society, being closer to indians and all
All of a sudden, I realized he was confessing to me.
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