Mary Rowlandson from A Captivity Narrative Q&A

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This is the link to see "Mary Rowlandson from A Captivity Narrative (1676)". There are 5 questions worth 2 points apiece.


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February 4, 2019
A case study: Mary Rowlandson from a captivity narrative
Question 1
The Native Americans treated their captives in a very ill manner. They treated them as if
they are not human beings. They did not feed them so the captives fed on the remains in the
garbage. They tortured and killed some of them, for example, there was a woman who was burnt
alive in front of her children. They did not care about the children’s feelings. Mary’s child was
injured but they did not attend to her. They watched as her health deteriorated and she finally
died. They enjoyed seeing their captives suffer. They mocked and laughed at them when they
saw them suffering.
What they expected from captives was very different from what they expected from
themselves. Most of the captives were Christians. They did not like seeing them read their bibles.
They also expected the captives to survive on the le...

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Good stuff. Would use again.

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