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Spirit Book Report

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.a. The theme in this story is about a horse named Sunka Wakan who runs away from his family because Raven his father told him to run away really far. Then he was just wondering off until some guy in the middle of the mountain found him. Spirit was a wild horse so the guy the found him was trying to train him to be his so he ended up taking Spirit home. Him and Spirit loved hanging out with each other every day. Spirit was his best friend. Till one day they went out on a ride and seen some other horses, Spirit was gone missing for like a year. When Spirit seen the horses he recognized one of the horses which was one of his brothers, and on the other side he had seen his mom. But did not see his dad. Spirit ran to his brother and his mom and didn’t not want to leave them again. But the guy that had Spirit began to cry because spirit had become his best friend and wouldn’t have anyone else. So Spirit decided to take his mom and his brother to the place the guy lived, and they finally lived happy.
b. Introduction
This story has been told for centuries by the nomadic tribes of Indians living on the Great Plains. When Sunka Wakan was born he was born with spots all over his body, and his dad told Sunka Wakans mom why is he covered in so many spots? He was complaining about him saying that he should be a solid colored horse like them. Sunkas mother told his father to calm down she don’t know why he’s covered in spots, and had different colored eyes. All Sunka would say is that his dad hated him his eyes were covered in tears, and his mom seen them and went up to him and told him “I love you so much, sky. Don’t worry your father hasn’t realized how special your spotted coat and blue eyes will make you someday. There on Sunkas mother was teaching him to walk. Then when he had learned how to walk a big grizzly bear appeared. It was Mato. Mato is a big bear who attacks all the horses. Sunkas father told his mother to run and he will take care of Sunka.

C. Rising action
The rising action in this story is when Mato appeared and Sunka’s father told his mother to run, he will take care of Sunka. Mato showed up because he wanted to see Sunka. Raven “Sunkas father “told Mato why are you here and he told him he was there to see Sunka. Mato wanted to take Sunka but Raven did not let him. Mato, with his big paw hit Raven on his chest and raven went and fell on the ground hard and kind of dazed out behind Sunka, but he was not injured. Raven told Sunka to run away far, before Mato got him so that’s what he did Mato never got to get him. Mato would yell out im going to find you! You will be mines. And that’s when Sunka found this random guy that took care of him, fed him, and grimed him. Most likely gave him shelter.

D. Climax
The most important part of the story is when Sunka and Spirit went on a ride around the village, but they ended up going farther. And while they...

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