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The Way of an Indian

The Way of an Indian American Frederic Remington wrote and illustrated this book He was a tremendously successful illustrator who specialised in the so called Wild West of America

  • Title: The Way of an Indian
  • Author: Frederic Remington
  • ISBN: 9781110900909
  • Page: 361
  • Format: ebook
  • American Frederic Remington wrote and illustrated this book He was a tremendously successful illustrator who specialised in the so called Wild West of America.

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    1. He could not only paint, he could write too, or paint with words, with an eye on the small details that makes a book or a painting interesting.The main character of this book, "The Bat" knows what he wants and how to get it, his medicine is strong and the Good Gods are with him through most of his life. He earns the name "Fire Eater". I especially liked the way he gets his first rifle, very clever.

    2. The life story of a chief of the Chis-chis-chash tribe, better known as the Cheyenne, from his initiation into manhood via his first scalp, up to his final encounter with the hated Yellow-Eyes, the white man.Plainly told, unsentimental and completely without a hint of condescension (rare for the time), Remington makes no concession to Westernising the native American in order to gain him any sympathy or understanding.The boy White Otter becomes the man known as The Bat (Ho-to-kee-mat-sin), then [...]

    3. Remington is of course far better known for his pictures of the West. This is a verbal sketch of an Indian warrior's life during the period of amazingly rapid change when the plains Indian virtually vanished from the scene. Remington was there as a young man so it is fair to assume that this account is closer to the truth than many of the hairier tales that came 25 yrs after from more accomplished writers.

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