‘Flight’ is a story written by Sherman Alexie outlining the disastrous description of an orphaned Indian teenage boy who travelled everywhere in an aggressive search of his true individuality. According to the story, Zits is not a legal Indian as he was never claimed by his father who abandoned him as a result of his drunkenness. From the story it is clearly indicated that, when Zit was arrested he met ‘Justice’ who gave him a gun (Alexie, 2007). Thing were not going well for Zits as he got shot in the head but rather than dying he end up travelling and embodied other people.
While in this position, he was required to suffer in dreadful break through moments of hostility in the American history. In this case, he continued travelling where reserved the body of an Indian child during the fight at Little Bighorn. According to the story, he then rode with an Indian follower in the 19th century before he could appear as an airline pilot passing through the skies. During all these anxious expeditions through time, his desist grew on who to judge and in understanding people. On this basis, when he came to rest after being blessed in his current body, he was tremendously changed by all what he had seen and came across (Alexie, 2007).