Indian Horse


Richard Wagamese

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Indian Horse: Chapter 42 Summary & Analysis

Saul is growing into an angry young man. He’s only seventeen, but he has already experienced a huge amount of bullying and teasing. He continues playing hockey with the Moose, but he becomes aggressive and intimidating. His teammates stop talking to him.
As the previous chapter suggests, Saul’s angry, aggressive behavior doesn’t just alienate him from racists—it alienates him from his friends and teammates, too.
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