Captivity And Restoration Of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson

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October 25, 2014

 

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As a reader, you can see how her views towards the Indian's choice of food gradually changes throughout her journey, and how it is related to the change in her own self. After tragically losing all of her family and her home, she had to repress her feelings to move on with the Indians to survive. She described the Wampanoag Indians at "Ravenous beasts" when she was captivated, which shows the anger that she felt towards the Indians at that time...
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She described the Wampanoag Indians at "Ravenous beasts" when she was captivated, which shows the anger that she felt towards the Indians at that time. The Indian's diet was really different from the whites. Rowlandson hardly ate a thing the first week she was held captive. She described the Indian's food as "filthy trash", and she "could starve and die before [she] ate such things" (306)...
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