Indian Horse

1. Micaela Maftei remarks, ?Wagamese?s writing is carefully crafted, and the book moves like a river ? smoothly, often with no hint of the many layers
operating beneath what we read, but swiftly enough that at times it cannot be put down. Wagamese does not shy away from including the more hideous aspects of
Canada?s history of residential schools and racism, but neither does he resist bringing in the moments of intense, almost blinding beauty that punctuate
Saul?s difficult road back into his past? To what extent do you agree with Maftei?s statement?

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