Here again was a strong prejudice against my people. Frequently he paused in his walk and gazed far backward, shading his eyes with his hand. On the following morning I took my revenge upon the devil. The first day in the land of apples was a bitter-cold one; for the snow still covered the ground, and the trees were bare. Then anxiously we watched the man carry toward the stage the envelope containing the final decision.
Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions.
See and discover other items: Before the eyes of the crowd the cunning magician turned my honest heart into a vile nest of treachery. From accident or decay he had lost one of his long front teeth. I stared into her eyes, wishing her to let me stand on my own feet, but she jumped me up and down with increasing enthusiasm.
As I did not hush my crying, one of the older ones whispered to me, "Wait until you are alone in the night.