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Jeremy Klif I.D.: 9128653432 10/24/2011 Questions/Critiques The Anguish of Snails In the beginning of the book, the author explains that we must interpret native’s traditions and history as a shell. We need to read out of the shell and not in the shell. The meanings are not hidden but constructed differently which is why we should use native American’s
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Unformatted text preview: perspective. He also explains that to understand the native American’s art work, we need to learn about their cultural context. We need to become acquainted with the tribal rituals. It is interesting because we mostly use our “personal” context to interpret others’ art which gives us an inaccurate meaning of what we are experiencing....
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