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The light in the forest presents many conflicts one of the most important of these is the conflict within john butler as he tries to reconcile his indian identity. Those who learned to dislike conrad richter's novel the light in the forest when it was required reading in high school will be pleasantly surprised by this disney adaptation in his second film. As true son returns to his white family, the author uses the forest and river as a metaphor for the difference between the white and indian worlds the evil that lurks in wild places.
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