Junior describes the reservation as "located approximately one million miles north of Important and two billion miles west of Happy." On the other hand when he and Rowdy look down from the top of...

Junior describes the reservation as "located approximately one million miles north of Important and two billion miles west of Happy." On the other hand when he and Rowdy look down from the top of an immense pine tree he says, "We could see our entire world. And our entire world , at that moment, was green and golden and perfect." How do Arnold's views of the reservation , and his own life differ? What has caused these differences? What is Alexie trying to show the reader through these differences?

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