Est-ce que quelqu'un de bon en anglais pourrais me dire si il remarque des fautes dans cette synthese que j'ai faite, merci beaucoup :-)!!!
"The Indians were more villains or heroes?"
"Dances with wolves"
shows families of farmers who are enjoying a meal outside. The
atmosphere is peaceful. One pioneer told the Indians to go away and
pointed to the place they had come from. These facts trigger a incident:
the Indians attack the family. They massacre everyone, including women
and children."She wore a yellow ribbon" shows the US
Army as the heroes. Frontier men to the "untamed west" whereas the
Indians are portrayed as cruel savages and refusing to make place with
the advacing white man. They deserve to be killed and the spectator's
sympathies lie with the white man.The text speaks about Newt, a
cowboy who met the Indians when he was alone on the plains. Newt
imagined that the Indians wanted kill him. But the Indians were laughing
at Newt because he was stupidly going off in the wrong direction. In a
friendly gesture, they showed him the right way. Here, the Indians are
portrayed as civilized, helpful, trustworthy and with a sense of humour."Dances with wolves"
speaks about John Dunbar, a white man who meet Indians. At the
beginning, the Indians look powerful and the white man powerless. After,
John Dunbar uses a coffee grinder, something they have never seen
before to make a great impression on the Indians. Good relationships
have been laid. The Indians are portrayed as noble people who are
willing to exchange peacefully with people.The Indians are often
considered as the villains of History and the cowboys as heroes. But the
Indians evolved and like in the text "Prejudice" we can ask ourselves whether the white settlers, them too, didn't commit horrible crimes.