Values in "Walk Well, My Brother"
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This paper examines the values in Farley Mowat's short story, "Walk Well, My Brother," contrasting the selfishness and resentment of Lavery with the selflessness and love of Konala.
From the Paper:"In Farley Mowat's "Walk Well, My Brother" he makes a great contrast of values between Lavery and Konala. Lavery is angry, resentful and self-absorbed, thinking only of himself and not at all of Konala and her needs. Moreover, he is prejudiced against her, based on her primitive culture viewing her as beneath him. When she offers him raw fish after the plane crashes, he shouts at her; "Eat it yourself, you animal." (Mowat) She then builds a fire and..."
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