Summary Of Ceremony
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|Summary Of "ceremony"
Summary of "Ceremony"
Jeremy Croy KC7OFQ
Ceremony is the story about Tayo, A Native American World War II Veteran,
and his struggle to find himself. He struggles to adapt to a world where his
people have to fight between the what "whites" say is the true path, and what
his culture says the right path. Ceremony displays Tayo's struggle by comparing
his struggle to find his own path, to the other Native American's and their
fight to their own path.
The book starts as Tayo is in bed going over the war in his mind… He
remembers how the Japanese looked like him, same skin color and how Rocky told
him, "It's is what we're here to do" and how he doesn't understand why he's
there killing people that look like him, and possibly feel the same way he does.
But he is there because the "white" recruiter told him that he could fly planes,
and make America proud. He remembers the clash of his path between...
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