Richard Wagamese's Indian Horse

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“I understood then that when you miss a thing it leaves a hole that only the thing you miss can fill.” ― Richard Wagamese, Indian Horse.Saul’s story benefits people who read it and helps them know what the natives went through. It helps by telling people to escape if times are tough, teaches people what happened in the residential homes and how Saul was discriminated by people because he was a native. The story of Saul’s life benefits people by telling them that if times are tough you can escape into your own little world. Saul used hockey to escape the horrors of the schools because it make himself feel free when it was just him and the ice. Saul would get up early in the mornings to be by himself. Indian Horse teaches people of the horrors
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