Analyzing Lieutenant Dunbar's 'Dances With Wolves'

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The event I presented was the opening scene of Dances with Wolves. The scene was describing the prairie and how Lieutenant Dunbar felt watching everything happen right in front of him. This scene is important because it is the first time we hear about Dunbar and how he feels about nature. We can tell that Dunbar really enjoys the prairie because “He had fallen in love with this wild, beautiful country and everything it contained” (Blake 2). He is an outdoorsman it is not hard to tell especially with all that he is feeling
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