Re: More on Magua

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Posted by Kay on August 09, 1998 at 05:55:59:

In Reply to: Re: More on Magua posted by Victoria on August 08, 1998 at 16:17:36:

Elaine wrote:
: Fighting for truth and a way of life? No, I think not. Had Magua been operating for the common good of the Huron, then that would be true. But his motive was never beyond a personal nature.

Victoria wrote:
: >>The truth that the Grey Hair, the Red Coats, and their minions killed wantonly and without honor. That they were no more "civilized" than those they called savages.


This is what I don't understand.Why does everybody,except Victoria,think that Magua was so evil?At least he had a reason for wanting to kill.If someone killed my child,you'd better
believe that I wouldn't let them go unpunished.Munro and his
troops had no reason to kill innocent children,and yet everybody
has the nerve to call Magua evil.If you don't call killing little
children evil,then I would like to know what it is.Yes,Munro was
heartless(no pun intended),and I think that the British and the
French were the real villians in this story.


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