Analysis of A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary

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American History

 

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September 29, 2014

 

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The manner in which the Preface sets the foundation for the narrative is relevant not only from a religious perspective, but sociologically and politically as well, for no time is wasted defining the "good guys" and the "bad guys." Without a doubt, painting the Algonkains as "animals" and "savages" would certainly have made the average Puritan feel somewhat better regarding their political and moral dealings with the Native Americans...
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It is also interesting that Mather makes a point of stating that none should suspect ulterior motives for Rowlandson publishing her account, as "No serious spirit then (especially knowing any thing of this gentlewoman's piety) can imagine but that the vows of God are upon her. Excuse her then if she comes thus into the publick, to pay those Vows...
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