Queer Person

Queer Person Relates the experiences of an outcast deaf mute Indian boy as he grows to adulthood and eventually becomes a great leader

  • Title: Queer Person
  • Author: Ralph Hubbard Harold Von Schmidt
  • ISBN: 9780960165209
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Paperback
  • Relates the experiences of an outcast deaf mute Indian boy as he grows to adulthood and eventually becomes a great leader.

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    1. I really enjoyed the first half of the book. With exceptions, though: I didn't like Hubbard's descriptions of the "red" "brown" and "copper" "savages," and I also didn't like the depiction of nearly the entire camp as being so superstitious as not to care for a little child. That was all rather demeaning, and a very "white man" viewpoint. However, I did like Granny and her care of the boy, as well as the adoption of these two outsiders by Middle Rider, one of the favored young warriors of the tr [...]


    2. This is an interesting (though dated) book. Queer Person is a boy who wanders into a Crow Indian camp as a 4 year old. He is named thus because he is deaf. The story follows him growing up into a young man. Along the way, "worms" fall out of his ears and he can hear. He eventually becomes a brave, wise, kind leader of his people.The language is dated and comes across as racist now. However, Hubbard seems to have true affection for the subjects of his book. Compared to other depictions of Native [...]


    3. Queer Person is actually a fun and exciting book, though at times it's pretty slow. Queer Person was so-named because everyone thought he was stupid, but old Granny knew he wasn't. He was deaf and dumb, and in a tribe of Pikuni Indians (A Blackfoot tribe) this was considered by most either idiocy or some sort of curse, so he wasn't treated very well. He did have a few very good friends among the leaders of the tribe as well as a couple close to his own age. Queer Person (and Singing Moon as well [...]



    4. Another dominant culture attempt to write about minorities with all the misunderstandings and usurpations about life, culture, religion, etc. And at a time when 'indians' were persons non-gratis.The story is itself is troubled and bails out with a miracle cure half way through to keep moving the story forward. Lots of better stuff out there.




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