Wearing a foreigner 's dress, I walked, a stranger, into my father 's village (1847).” Zitkala added this to exhibit what changes and how it feels going back home after going to missionary school. Many Native American felt as they were social outcasts and was unable to identify with neither culture. The boy pursued following the two faiths and broke the laws of both the cultures. Zitkala Sa attempted to represent both in her life many times and every time she went against the cultures in some way. Even though she wrote and spoke in English, in her stories, she told how assimilation is wrong and how it is not educating Native Americans.