Richard Wagamese's What We Share Memoir

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Richard Wagamese in his What We Share memoir talks a lot about being alike. Wagamese for most of the memoir talks about being alike and how native people aren’t sharing his philosophy with being alike. Wagamese brings up The Multiculturalism act and the Assimilationist documents to dig deep within his memoir. The main claim that Wagamese makes is that he made it out of the poverty and is having a good life even though he was born First Nation. The way he organized his memoir is he is disorganized and mad at the start but slowly coming to realize and understand towards the end where he has clear and valuable information. The reason he presents it in this way is to show that he the process he went through to understand his thoughts. He backs

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