“If I didn't define myself for myself, I would be crunched into other people's fantasies for me and eaten alive.”
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I was really struck, after having read some Ingalls-Wilder this summer, and even before Little Crow used the analogy himself in the episode, by the idea that the locusts who flew in during this period were white folks.
I found this episode to be a really captivating story about how we conceptualize, memorize and select history (as narratives, or as stories)--one of my favorite rabbit holes to dive into.
And the MN accents grated on me in a way that only MN accents can.
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