Red Hunters and the Animal People

by Charles A. Eastman

That these stories about animals were written by an Indian accounts largely, perhaps, for a certain quality differentiating them from others of their class. Many current stories of bird and beast show a wider knowledge of animals than do these under consideration. In this collection, however, there is expressed a feeling of camaraderie between the author and the subjects of the tales, a kinship between man and the animal world, which is not expressed elsewhere.

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