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Thornbrake

lunakat said: I think it's a very American story, in many ways... because it has a lot to do with the integration of different cultures, with settling new territories, with colonization, even... with enslavement.. with racial prejudice... with resolving identity conflicts... with coming to terms with your mixed background. Granted, those issues, individually, are universal- but collectively, they are very American themes.
Fascinating. I never thought about it from that perspective but it makes sense.