Buffalo Bill's | Study Guide

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Buffalo Bill Buffalo Bill was the nickname of William Frederick Cody (1846–1917), an American buffalo hunter, Army scout, fighter of Native Americans, actor, and global celebrity. He created "Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show" which traveled the world displaying reenacted people and spectacles of the American West. Read More
Mister Death Mister Death is a personification of death, perhaps as popularly represented as the Grim Reaper, a skeletal being in a black robe with a scythe, or a tool to cut down wheat, in its hand.
Jesus Jesus is one of the world's main religious leaders (c. 6–4 BCE–30 AD). His name is used here as an exclamation of awe or as an expletive meant to express dismay.
The narrator The narrator first announces the death of Buffalo Bill, then muses on Bill's accomplishments. The unnamed narrator's thoughts then turn to life and death in more general terms.
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