Noble Savage

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Noble Savage

Chactas
the “noble savage” of the Natchez Indians; beloved of Atala. [Fr. Lit.: Atala]
Chingachgook
idealized noble Indian. [Am. Lit.: The Deers layer]
Daggoo
African savage and crew member of the Pequod. [Am. Lit.: Moby Dick]
noble savage
concept of a simple, pure, and superior man, uncorrupted by civilization. [Western Culture: Benét, 718–719]
Oroonoko
the noble savage enslaved; rebels against captors. [Br. Lit.: Oroonoko]
Queequeg
Polynesian prince and Ishmael’s comrade aboard whaling vessel, Pequod. [Am. Lit.: Moby Dick]