Unnamed Folks in Mexico

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Unnamed Folks in Mexico
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Unnamed Folks in Mexico
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White
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Peripheral
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Alive
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These "folks" appear in the novel only at second hand, when the man who tells Nathaniel Burden's family in Missouri about him mentions the trouble he got into in Mexico for killing a man who called him a horse thief. According to the messenger, "folks claim it wasn't the Mexican's horse noways," because, they say, the Mexican "never owned no horse" (244). It's not made clear whether these "folks" are Mexicans too, or among the "Easterners" who have recently come west (244).

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