Who Is Sherman Alexie's The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part-Time Indian

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Sherman Alexie, as Arnold Spirit jr in his novel The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian who but chose to go to a white school, has experienced something different but similar. In his illustration of half and half, he found himself awkward in the situation that he was neither a white or an Indian, a kind of nothing. He was the only Indian in the white school and was the traitor who left his own identity to try to be white when he got back home where all were Indians. He was having an identity at a place but where the identity did not belong to. It was just like me: I was too artistic to be a good student and too focused on study to be a real artist. Just like him, I was only a part-time figure with two different identities that are
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