Compare the book Indian horse by Rchard Wagamese by another book of the same genre. Book Comparison. In a formal, five-paragraph persuasive essay, compare and contrast this book to another that you have read.
Compare the book Indian horse by Rchard Wagamese by another book of the same genre.
Book Comparison. In a formal, five-paragraph persuasive essay, compare and contrast this book to another that you have read. These books should be similar in some way (perhaps in genre, theme, setting, etc.) so that there is a reason for comparison.
Use quotes from each novel to support your ideas and use specific examples to support your comparison. Use proper MLA citation. You can discuss theme, purpose, style, characters, etc., in summarizing the stories.
This is your opportunity to show the depth of your understanding of both stories through close analysis. To support your ideas, use specific examples, as opposed to vague statements. Your five-paragraph essay should be at least 1,250 words (250 words per paragraph).
You can choose any book that has the same genre as the “Indian Horse” Please make sure you cite all the quotes and whatever from the both the books.
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Saul Indian Horse is a child when his family retreats into the woods. Among the lakes and the cedars, they attempt to reconnect with half-forgotten traditions and hide from the authorities who have been kidnapping Ojibway youth. But when winter approaches, Saul loses everything: his brother, his parents, his beloved grandmother—and then his home itself.
Alone in the world and placed in a horrific boarding school, Saul is surrounded by violence and cruelty. At the urging of a priest, he finds a tentative salvation in hockey. Rising at dawn to practice alone, Saul proves determined and undeniably gifted. His intuition and vision are unmatched. His speed is remarkable. Together they open doors for him: away from the school, into an all-Ojibway amateur circuit, and finally within grasp of a professional career. Yet as Saul’s victories mount, so do the indignities and the taunts, the racism and the hatred—the harshness of a world that will never welcome him, tied inexorably to the sport he loves.
Spare and compact yet undeniably rich, Indian Horse is at once a heartbreaking account of a dark chapter in our history and a moving coming-of-age story.