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“Arnold," she said one day after school, "I hate this little town. It's so small, too small. Everything about it is small. The people here have small ideas. Small dreams."
In PTL an important message is that sticking to Hopes and Dreams even through rough times, can lead to what He/She wants in the end.
”Traveling between Reardan and Wellpinit, between the little white town and the reservation, I always felt like a stranger. I was half Indian in one place and half white in the other.”
“ Have a lot of free time, so I have started to write my life story. Really! Isn't that crazy? I think I'm going to call it How to Run Away from your House and Find Your Home.“
Even though she has a rich home, and lives in a nice town. Penelope doesn't see Reardan as a place of hope, like Arnold does. Instead, she sees Reardan in much the same way that Arnold views the reservation.
As Arnold moves between Reardan and Wellpinit we see that he feels he belongs in neither place. Too Indian for Reardan and too white for Wellpinit, Arnold begins to feel like a stranger person.
Mary has left her home in Wellpinit and is living with her husband among the Flathead Indians in Montana. According to Mary she loves her new life – much more than living in her parents' basement.
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