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Danser med ulver af Michael Blake
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Danser med ulver (udgave 1991)

af Michael Blake, Ragnar Aschim (Overs.)

Serier: Dances With Wolves (1)

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En ung amerikansk kavalleriløjtnant fra borgerkrigen stationeres alene på Fort Sedgewick midt i Comanche-indianernes sommerkvarter på prærien og bliver hurtigt grebet af deres levevis og forhold til naturen.
Medlem:arne.viste
Titel:Danser med ulver
Forfattere:Michael Blake
Andre forfattere:Ragnar Aschim (Overs.)
Info:[Oslo] : Hjemmets bokforl., cop. 1991
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek
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I have conflicting ideas about this novel. It is a fast, dramatic, and perhaps even provides a well intentioned perspective on how Native America has been treated. At the same time, this work is deeply problematic. While the entire work is a fantasy, I marvel at the arrogance at the heart of the novel--that a regular army solider would rise up in one season to become one of the most respected Comanche--a person on the same standing as shaman and chief. The ideas about assimilation are complex and the novel does more than the film, but this central premise of the novel is disturbing. To be more charitable, maybe the mass audience needed a white person to be the savior and to tell the story in order to make it interesting and relatable. For drawing attention to one of America's darkest histories, the novel does well--to imply that an average outsider can integrate and then lead the tribe is absurd. Can we imagine a novel where a Native American wonders into an American camp, and then in the matter of months is advising Washington and leading the war against the British? Very worth reading, but absolutely essential that the reader unpacks the message more deeply. I hope this is the entry point for others to learn the history of how Native America was cheated and plundered. ( )
  ProfH | Sep 7, 2021 |
When a drunken major ordered Lieutenant John Dunbar to an abandoned army post, the war-weary soldier suddenly found himself alone, beyond the edge of civilization, with only a wolf and some reving Comanches for company.
  Daniel464 | Aug 19, 2021 |
Another memory triggered by postings here on GR.

I remember the 1990 film better than the 1988 book, so I'm not going speak to the book. I also remember there being some remarks later about the story being a ripoff of the 1970 film A Man Called Horse — remarks I disagreed with because I found that earlier film to be derogatory Hollywood BS. Inculcated with BS as the townies were(are) though, they ate it up. ( )
  LGCullens | Jun 1, 2021 |
https://nwhyte.livejournal.com/3637156.html

The book was actually written with a view to making a film out of the story, which is why the film cleaves more closely to the original plot than almost any other adaptation. The biggest difference is that the Good Indians are Comanche in the book but Sioux in the film, apparently for production reasons. I found the prose pretty clunky, especially in the early chapters, but it is a mercifully quick read. ( )
  nwhyte | May 17, 2021 |
What can I even say? Anything I write will undoubtedly be inadequate.

I first saw the movie as a teenager, and as someone who loves westerns (and had a crush on Kevin Costner) immediately fell in love with the movie. The plot. The characters. The story.

Having just discovered that the movie I love to this day is also a book, I was thrilled. I knew it wouldn't be bad. But I could only hope to love it as much as (if not more than) the movie.

I'm pleased to say that even though it made me cry just like the movie I have finished the book feeling not only that it was better than the movie, but almost like I was immersed in the story for the very first time.

If you have seen the movie, read the book. If you haven't seen the movie, watch it. The story of Dances with Wolves will never get old. ( )
  book_lady15 | Apr 3, 2020 |
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