Posted by Victoria on July 31, 1998 at 09:17:53:
In Reply to: Re: Magua, the Warrior's Warrior posted by Marcia on July 30, 1998 at 16:03:55:
: Interesting perspective, but I do not see any reason to claim Hawkeye has twisted Magua's words, whether Hawkeye has his own agenda or not. He spoke truthfully. And for Magua to fight fire with fire might be the warrior's way, but two wrongs don't make a right, after all. To become like the whites who cheated him and killed his family does not make him a hero in my book. Only a villain with an excuse for his villainy.
: So, in short, we agree on Wes and have different opinions of Magua, but all in all, I don't think we are in for a serious disagreement...too much fun swapping ideas and perspectives going on here.
Just cause Hawkeye comes up with some bogus belt he probably used to hold up his underwear, what makes him right?
At least some people can see something of the true Magua.
An I ain't no dang lawyer!
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