Captivity And Restoration Of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson

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I found the short story, “A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson”, very lonely, and freighting. The story took place in Lancaster, Massachusetts, around the year 1676. The tone for the story real set up the whole emotionally side of the issue. You can find that the tone she uses is hopefully, even though she already knew how the story ended. You could possible say that she was using hindsight as a tool to write this personal narrative. The theme is simply the line between civilization and savagery; finding God’s hope in the mist of all the trouble. In the final pages of this narrative, you will read a little bit of the post-life of captivity. I think Mary was trying to give a little lesson to the audience that
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