Think about Dance Hall of the Dead: its plot, its characters, the themes, literary devices, figurative language, etc. Throughout this novel, there are numerous incidents of prejudice and misunderstanding between Navajo and Zuñi and between Leaphorn and the other law enforcement officers. How do the characters in the novel deal with prejudice? What message about prejudice and discrimination does the novel communicate?
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