Ceremony | Study Guide

Leslie Marmon Silko

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Tayo Veteran of mixed Native and Anglo heritage; tries to heal his cultural and emotional wounds Spiritual guide Begrudging caretaker Enemies Mother Nephew Cousins Uncle Uncle Lovers Auntie Proud and vindictive purist; member of the Native American Laguna Pueblo Betonie Modern medicine man Ts'eh Spiritual goddess figure Rocky Successfully integrates into white culture; dies during World War II Josiah Honors tradition but is willing to accept change Emo Violent war veteran; bent on destruction; member of the Native American Laguna Pueblo
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