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In the article, “The Way to Rainy Mountain” by Momaday the author examines the cultural Kiowas community that lives in the Rainy terrain. The region has one of the harshest weather in the world since the winter brings blizzards as the earth cracks beneath the feet. The author journeys to the native place in Oklahoma to be at the grave of the grandmother. The author’s grandmother lived during the end of the Kiowas generation. For more than a century, the Kiowas controlled the entire plains with an armed fist since they considered war as a sacred place. An unrelenting United States Calvary drove the community from the plains, and the community had to surrender and imprisoned at the old stone corral. The author’s grandmother belongs to the last culture to evolve in North America. The historic Kiowas acquired Tai-me, horses, and nomadic spirit after having an acquaintance with the Crows community. They had the ability of surviving and conquering their enemies in the society.
In the article, “Forbidden Fare” by Orphan Pamuk the author is guilty of consuming a frankfurter sandwich since it is against the cultural norms. The author’s mother forbids the consuming frankfurter sandwich when on the streets. Historically the story had a strong ethos but once Coca-Cola and Pepsi companies opened new outlets, the frankfurter sandwich today has a weak ethos. The opening of new buffets and sandwich shops has changed the eating habits of the residents. Most of the big sandwich shops arrival in Istanbul in 1950s had names to invoke magical realms. The walls had a decoration of the walls had paintings of heavenly islands to offer a synthesis of the West and the East. The historic Apikoglu did not consume sausages and hamburgers of uncertain origin. The author and his brother could consume a sausage sandwich in secret as they watch matches at the stadium since it is prohibited.