Nasdijj tells his story with a voice of pure honesty and portrays the brutal truth of the Native American lifestyle. How does his genuine tone and realistic descriptions contrast to the fact that he was a fraud? How might this be similar to the society we live in?
Discuss the symbolism in the story and how it portrays the life and history of the Native Americans. Consider not only parts of the plot but also the style of prose and sentence structure.
What might have been some motives for the author to pose as Nasdijj? Could there have been some positive intentions? What themes might portray the lessons that the author learned during his lifetime?