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How can we understand the complicated relationship between the Indians and Nick, and his father and Uncle George in Indian Camp by Ernest Hemingway?

I included how uncle george calls the indian woman by an offending name, but I'm trying to see if there are more details I can include for a paper


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    Do you understand the ideals and values

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    Nick doesn't seem to have much of a relationship with the Indians, other than sitting in a boat with one of them rowing. Uncle George seems to be serving as a kind of intermediary between Nick's dad (the doctor) and the Indians. Uncle George may be the reason why the Indians allowed the doctor to help the lady at all.

    Read through this -- (Broken Link Removed) and see if you gather more ideas.

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    Indian old item Appendix :B ledger paper what value

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