“Borders” is told from the point of view of a 12-year old boy

“Borders” is told from the point of view of a 12-year old boy, Laetitia’s brother, and it s also limited omniscient because the readers can only understand this story from the only perspective of the boy. This story takes place at the Canada-America border at Coutt; the mother is taking her son to visit her daughter, Laetitia, at Salt Lake City. At the border, the mother refuses to identify herself as either a Canadian or American; instead, she insists her citizenship as Blackfoot. At this point, the title has two meanings; one is the physical border between Canada and the United States; the other one is the border of the society that against Blackfoot and other native communities.