(urth) the stag at bay and the deer treaty skin

Marc Aramini marcaramini at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 1 20:12:16 PST 2014

Well, now that I consider it, the stag at bay and weer's father taking the dog boy to hunt resonates with the imagery of the deer skin that the women write the treaty for the land on in imitation of the Indian agreement which becomes accepted as the real document, shot by John Weer, jokingly called chief White Fawn by Olivia in that scene.  )His long dead brother Joe has a gun and a wooden dog in the picture that leads to Bobby Black's death.) but still ... Why would John take the dog boy hunting? 

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