"The kids in Reardon are the smartest and most athletic kids anywhere. I want to go to Reardon."
In the novel "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian," a message is that hopes and dreams can help one achieve their biggest goals; but without them, it can be hard to succeed.
"I have to prove that I am stronger than everyone else. I have to prove that I will never give up. I will never quit playing hard."
By. Megan Kindle
"I wept because I was the only one brave and crazy enough to leave the Rez. I was the only one with enough arrogance."
This quote shows how Junior dreams of leaving the Rez to have a better life. It also shows how junior doesn't want to be discriminated like the rest of the indians on the Rez.
This quote portrays how Junior hopes to demonstrate to everyone that vacating the Rez wasn't a bad idea. It also portrays how Junior wants to show everyone that no matter where he goes to school he is still a Spokane indian.
This quote shows how Junior felt awful for the Indians since they won't have a better life because they didn't believe in themselves. It also shows how Junior was the only one who had enough courage to follow his dreams.
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