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The purpose of this article is to discuss the idea of an Indian identity and the Native American Dream in Sherman Alexie's short story "One Good Man." In this story, Alexie introduces the idea of the Indian constructed by the White Americans and attempts through his characters to redefine that concept by deconstructing all the different stereotypes created by the White American society. In order to do this, he also introduces the idea of the American Dream that he calls the "Native Americandoi:10.6035/clr.2021.25.2 fatcat:6abitavkrfd4lhuba7kozmcxq4