The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian By Sherman Alexie

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Critical analysis of The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie, investigates the hidden facts about Indians. Alexie displays amiability, sorrow, and reality through his primary character, Junior, to influence the reader to comprehend how much the Native Americans are suffering. In present-day society, desperate Indians that reside in these reservations endure incurable poverty that keeps on prevailing. This dim world loaded with destitution and much oppress has motivated the main character, Junior to understand what kind of life he would expect if he escapes from Spokane "rez". The impact of poverty has shaped Junior into a valiant and clever person, who has taken…show more content…
as long as you never left the bathtub. That 's basically what happened with Native American reservations. Even today, these reservations are still rife with poverty, unemployment, and crime -- they 're essentially little third-world islands scattered all across the U.S. and Canada”. It seems that the reservation is full of undesirable people that no one wants to deal with. While Junior still present at Willpinit, the school inside the reservation, one of his educators, Mr. P, begins to get upset about the increasing poverty in the reservation and ends up plainly irate towards the Indians for surrendering: “Every white person on this rez should get smashed in the face… All Indians should get smashed in the face, too. The only thing you [Indian] kids are being taught is how to give up… [All members of the rez] are defeated… But not you. You won’t give up.” (Alexie, 42-43). This moment helped Junior to decide to flee from the miserable reservation and start new life in the real world. All through Junior 's change from the reservation to the white community, he connects with memorable folks. Nonetheless, out of his entire family and friends, there are just two main examples that have influenced Junior 's life forever. The first main example for Junior is Mr. P, who was Junior 's instructor back when he went to the
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