Magua Quotes in The Last of the Mohicans
Should we distrust the man because his manners are not our manners, and that his skin is dark?
A Huron! They are a thievish race, nor do I care by whom they are adopted; you can never make anything of them but skulks and vagabonds.
Yes, the pale-faces are prattling women! They have two words for each thing, while a redskin will make the sound of his voice speak for him.
And am I answerable that thoughtless and unprincipled men exist, whose shades of countenance may resemble mine?
If the Great Spirit gave different tongues to his red children, it was that all animals might understand them. Some He placed among the snows, with their cousin the bear. Some he placed near the setting sun, on the road to the happy hunting-grounds. Some on the lands around the great fresh waters; but to his greatest, and most beloved, he gave the sands of the salt lake.
The pale-faces are dogs! The Delawares women! Magua leaves them on the rocks, for the crows!