Lame Deer Plot

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Lame Deer. "The Man who was Afraid of Nothing." American Indian Myths and Legends. Ed. Richard Erdoes and Alfonso Ortiz. Place of Publication: Pantheon Books, 1984 . 435-438. Print.

This story sets out to explain that no one is afraid of nothing, and Lame Deer is addressing in third person, with this story being very simple. The perspective is not very biased at all, making at seem like an average person is narrating.

Peck Taylor, Harriet. Coyote Places the Stars: Aladdin Paperbacks, 1993. Print.

This story has the intent of explaining the basic aspect of constellations. It is told through the very simple children's book third person, being meant for children, it is extremely simple. It takes a romanticized perspective of the time,

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