"Man to Send Rain Clouds": A Compormise in Cultural Identity - Exhibits how the Loss of Culture Can Happen in Society
When cultures collide, their beliefs hold a tendency to influence one another. However, the original beliefs and values must be kept noticeable, or else the origins of the culture may die out. Silko's explanation "[Cultures], bring us together, despite great distances between [them]," (Silko, "Language" 772), shows that the different beliefs people withhold brings us together. Although the Church attempts to influence Leon's family, and Leon tries to keep the identity of his beliefs, they eventually concede to form what may be known as a new form of Laguna culture.…
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