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Slide 9: Conclusion Native American literature is a diverse and rich tradition that reflects the cultural, historical, and spiritual importance for Native American communities. It encompasses a wide range of themes and motifs, including nature, oral tradition, and the presence of spirits and supernatural beings. The belief in a higher being and religion plays a significant role in shaping moral and ethical codes and is reflected in creation stories and the concept of cyclical time. Native American literature shares similarities with Eastern literature in its harmony with nature and oral tradition, while contrasting with Western literature’s focus on individualism and conflict. Exploring the impact of beliefs in higher beings on moral and ethical development is a central theme in Native American literature.