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  1. There are two morals, which we can get from the story “The Accidental Tourist”. The first and mandatory one is to be well-organised and diligent, while we are on an important mission whether it’s travelling, any sort of preparation, or attending events, because the lack of organisation and preparatiRead more

    There are two morals, which we can get from the story “The Accidental Tourist”.

    1. The first and mandatory one is to be well-organised and diligent, while we are on an important mission whether it’s travelling, any sort of preparation, or attending events, because the lack of organisation and preparation may lead a person into trouble.
    2. The second moral, we get from the above story is to be cheerful and positive. We may face difficulties in our lives even being prepared. It’s better to remain patient and optimistic so that if we face problems, we face it without worry.

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  1. The story justifies its title and proves Bill Bryson, to be the Accidental tourist. He is liable and inclined to commit accident while travelling and attending any sort of event. He would ruin his day by embarrassing himself, when he is travelling. Though he tries to do everything diligently and metRead more

    The story justifies its title and proves Bill Bryson, to be the Accidental tourist. He is liable and inclined to commit accident while travelling and attending any sort of event. He would ruin his day by embarrassing himself, when he is travelling. Though he tries to do everything diligently and methodically, he could not do so and ends up getting himself and the people around him to be confused.

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    “H. A. Smith” first published Chief Seattle’s speech in the Seattle Sunday Star on 29th October 1887. Chief Seattle Speech Summary in English

    “H. A. Smith” first published Chief Seattle’s speech in the Seattle Sunday Star on 29th October 1887.

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    In his speech, Chief Seattle address is to George Washington as “good father.” Chief Seattle Speech Summary in English

    In his speech, Chief Seattle address is to George Washington as “good father.”

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    The ‘I’ in the story, Chief Seattle Speech is the speaker himself, who is the chief of the Native Americans. Chief Seattle Speech Summary in English

    The ‘I’ in the story, Chief Seattle Speech is the speaker himself, who is the chief of the Native Americans.

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    The chief says that the big chief sends greetings of “friendship and goodwill.” The greetings are done so as to offer the natives that goodwill and friendship as the big chief wishes to buy the land of the native Americans. The greetings indicated that the natives have to surrender the land to the wRead more

    The chief says that the big chief sends greetings of “friendship and goodwill.” The greetings are done so as to offer the natives that goodwill and friendship as the big chief wishes to buy the land of the native Americans. The greetings indicated that the natives have to surrender the land to the white men.

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    Chief Seattle presents his argument of “your God is not our God” by saying how the white man’s God is in favor with the white man only and doesn’t care about the natives. He says that God does make partiality between the natives and the white men and expects the natives to understand that and leaveRead more

    Chief Seattle presents his argument of “your God is not our God” by saying how the white man’s God is in favor with the white man only and doesn’t care about the natives. He says that God does make partiality between the natives and the white men and expects the natives to understand that and leave their ancestral land.

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    The chief Seattle speech is a plea for respect of Native American and their rights. The speech is a critique to the American governments land treaty to buy the ancestral lands of the natives. The speech raises awareness and teaches everybody their rights in today’s context. He delivers a speech protRead more

    The chief Seattle speech is a plea for respect of Native American and their rights. The speech is a critique to the American governments land treaty to buy the ancestral lands of the natives. The speech raises awareness and teaches everybody their rights in today’s context. He delivers a speech protecting the rights of the marginalized section like the natives in the American community.

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    The opening paragraph of the story, Chief Seattle’s Speech, is a letter written in the reply to the president, George Washington by Chief Seattle. He is talking about the offer made by the Big Chief for buying the ancestral land from the natives and it sets the plot of the story in motion. It showsRead more

    The opening paragraph of the story, Chief Seattle’s Speech, is a letter written in the reply to the president, George Washington by Chief Seattle. He is talking about the offer made by the Big Chief for buying the ancestral land from the natives and it sets the plot of the story in motion. It shows the use of power to inflict upon someone else’s rights.

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    In response to George Washington’s proposal chief Seattle rights that “This is kind of him for we know he has little need of our friendship in return.” Chief Seattle critics the big chief’s proposal and sarcastically response to his greetings. He knows that the Big Chief is imposing his power upon tRead more

    In response to George Washington’s proposal chief Seattle rights that “This is kind of him for we know he has little need of our friendship in return.” Chief Seattle critics the big chief’s proposal and sarcastically response to his greetings. He knows that the Big Chief is imposing his power upon the natives and he mocks that through his response.

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