All Arnold's Life: Passage Analysis

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All Arnold’s life, he thought that non-Indians had it better, but this passage indicates that he saw that was not always true. While they did live in poverty, Arnold realized that at least he had his family. This brought on a revelation that non-Indians didn’t have it perfect, and what Arnold may be lacking, others are missing what Arnold does have. This discovery in that everyone was missing something perhaps bridged a stronger connection to the two worlds Arnold was living
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