Essay on nanook of the north

Let’s be careful that we don’t take a big generalized paint brush and start blaming the predominant North American religion: Christianity. The article states that Billy Graham was the first person to tell a variation of the story of the two dogs/wolves. Nowhere does it state that Graham attributed the story to any Indigenous narraitve but simply told a story that had occurred. We don’t even know where it became a “Cherokee legend” or when it took on the identity of belonging to a indigenous people. Why start blaming the Christians? Learn your legends from your people, find out what they mean, but don’t try to start placing blame on someone you just don’t like. That’s childish, and frankly not cultural. Paint with precision and wisdom, metaphorically speaking, when it comes to deciphering blurred issues such as this one.

Essay on nanook of the north

essay on nanook of the north

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