Now I was only one as many little animals driven by a herder.” Why did Zitkala–Sa feel to?
Zitkala Sa was an American native Indian. It was the custom of her caste to wear long and heavy hair among the ladies and girls. She wanted to maintain her dignity and cultural identity. But the cruel whites shingled out her hair and she became a victim of racial discrimination. Her long and beautiful hair was shingled out against her wish. She felt that she was one of the little animals driven by a herder.