Dunbar was bathing at the time and saw that Kicking Bird was trying to catch his horse so he ran up on him to stop him while being totally naked. This scared Kicking Bird and he quickly rode off back to his Sioux village. Once Kicking Bird returned home he shared hi... ... middle of paper ... ...es. The movie took a linguistic relativism perspective at this point, shown when all of the white words had a Sioux word it could be translated into with equal meaning. Dances with Wolves would continue to immerse himself into the Sioux culture.
However, in Dances with Wolves, Kevin Costner decided to show another side to that relationship- a friendship (Dances with Wolves). In Dances with Wolves, the main character John Dunbar who is a Lieutenant in the military, finds himself alone and abandoned at his new post, Fort Sedgewick. He is living close to an Indian tribe named the Sioux. Many times they try to steal his horse and make him scared (Dances with Wolves). Despite that, Dunbar finds himself interested in their culture and the way they live.
In the movie Dances with Wolves Lieutenant John Dunbar is a dynamic character; changing throughout the film from a dignified United States Army soldier, to a passionate Lakota Sioux member. On his journey, Dances With Wolves takes in many experiences many have only dreamt about. When he rides Cisco out onto the battlefield in a suicide attempt, he has no idea that he indeed will live and will never lead the same life again. John Dunbar changed in many ways reflected upon in the film, including: mindset, clothing, and his sense of identity; it is though these character traits that Dances With Wolves discovers that inside everyone is a frontier just waiting to be explored. When the Dunbar is first assigns himself to Fort Sedgwick, and sees that it is abandoned, he is still intent on staying, despite the guffaws of Timmons, a peasant who delivers him there.
To survive, Buck must learn the Law of Club and Fang. Saved from death by John Thornton, Buck becomes extremely attached and indebted. He repays Thornton by saving his life many times. He hears a howl in the distance, but cannot answer it. After he pursues and kills a bull moose, he returns to camp only to find his beloved master dead.
White Fang becomes more and more vicious, more like a wolf than a dog, encouraged by his master who beats him. One day he meets is mother and is turned to a light-hearted pup but, his mother does'nt even notice him. He kills other dogs that used to terroize him. Gray Beaver goes to Fort Yukon to trade and discovers whiskey, which he calls sweet water. White Fang is passed into the hands of Beauty Smith, a monster of a man who got Grey Beaver drunk and tricked him into selling Whit Fang.
The Cavalry provided the Indians with tents that night because it was cold and there was a blizzard coming. The next day, December 29, 1890, the Cavalry gave the Indians hardtack for breakfast. There was a seize of arms and the soldiers took all the Indian's guns away. A medicine man named Yellow Bird told the Indians to resist the soldiers and not give up the guns, he did a few steps of the Ghost Dance.
This scene is followed by, several braves attempting to steal Dunbar's horse, but every time his horse returns to the post. After a period of time, Dunbar decides it is time to meet the Indians. On his way to their camp he runs into a woman who has slit her wrists and is bleeding to death. The woman, who he later finds out is Stands with a Fist, is scared of the white men because she believes that the white men will take her captive. The irony in this is that when she was a child, Indians had killed her parents, taken her captive and raised her as their own.
Buck was sold off with a female dog named Curley. Curley got attacked by a husky in front of Buck. Buck looked over at Spitz(the lead dog)to ask Spitz to stop them instead Spitz turns away. At that moment Spitz was Buck’s enemy.Curley dies by the The law ... ... middle of paper ... ...ds a lot of gold and tries to take as many as possible. John gets attacked by natives, John screams, Buck hears his scream and runs to help out John.
During the ending of the novel an incident occurs when a convict, Jim Hall, breaks into Judge Scott's home to "wreak vengeance" on the man who "railroaded" him into prison. Judge Scott's life is saved by White Fang, who very nearly loses his own life before slashing the throat of the killer. Jim Hall is a mad dog that must be destroyed for the safety of respectable citizens. In his encounter with the convict, White Fang has suffered several bullet wounds and is critically injured. But White Fang beats the odds and lives to be christened; the Scott family now calls him “The Blessed Wolf”.
Mostly because of trapping hunting and the fact that anyone who lives in Idaho hates wolves. Wolves now days kill whatever they can find they don’t care if it’s your dog or a farmer’s cow they see they kill. A unknown hunter had gone hunting with his dogs 3 of them got lost the next day he went out to find that they had all been killed by wolves. One of them was eaten almost to the bone while the other two had been harmed just to the point that they died. He was very upset and could do nothing about it because there is no law protecting the dogs.