The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian Reservation Essay

1199 Words May 4th, 2016 null Page
In this book, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie, he writes about a boy name Arnold, who was born on the Spokane Indian reservation, with several medical problems. Also, he was bullied by everyone in the Indian reservation except his best friend Rowdy. Arnold always wanted to receive a better education then what he learn from the Indian reservation so he leaves the rez to attend an all-white school in town which he make that hard choice but to leave the reservation. Therefore, Arnold was considered a traitor for his people because he decided to leave the rez and so, he suffers great tragedies from it. Somehow, with his experience of leaving the rez, he had discover that inside of him, he had a strength that he never knew existed in him after he leaves the rez and aim for a better education for himself. After the reading the book that Sherman Alexie wrote I realize how hard Arnold went through to be where he was or, also without his best friend Rowdy protecting him and caring for Arnold, then he would’ve been a lonely kid that will always get bullied by others and get picked on every day. I can relate to Arnold’s best friend Rowdy because for me, I also had people that I care for and willing to protect even though they are not my family or close relatives. One thing that makes me feel like I can relate to this book is how Rowdy cares for Arnold like he was his little brother to him. Rowdy was a bully to other kids, but then when it comes to…

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