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Analyzing the Theme of Family in the Native American Experience in Film
In this paper, the theme of family has been analyzed within the film Smoke Signals by director Chris Eyre and the novel The Long Ranger and Tonto Fight in Heaven by Alexie Sherman. These two adaptations on the characters Thomas and Victor reveal a ...
# 137770 | 1,500 words | 0 sources | MLA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Film (General)


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In this paper, the theme of family has been analyzed within the film Smoke Signals by director Chris Eyre and the novel The Long Ranger and Tonto Fight in Heaven by Alexie Sherman. These two adaptations on the characters Thomas and Victor reveal a common link to a father figure, as they both quest to understand how Arnold affected their lives.

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