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Held Captive by Indians: Selected Narratives 1642-1836

VanDerBeets, Richard (ed.)

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ISBN 10: 0870491458 / ISBN 13: 9780870491450
Editorial: The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville, 1973
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Pp: xxxi + 374. Gilt titles: sp. Frontis. Illust. w/ b/w prints & maps (listed). Burgundy cloth bds. T.e. dyed red. Cors. bumped. Sp. ends curled. Sticker on f.p.d.p. Interior leaves are clean and tight. A selection of historical first person captivity narratives written after repatriation. These accounts are important because they represent unvarnished and original descriptions of the interplay between Europeans and Indians. They serve as a corrective to modern misinterpretations about colonial and frontier life on the one hand and complex Indian society on the other. Harrowing tales. Includes notes, bibliography & index. N° de ref. de la librería 004394

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Título: Held Captive by Indians: Selected Narratives...

Editorial: The University of Tennessee Press, Knoxville

Año de publicación: 1973

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Condición del libro:Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: No DJ

Edición: First Edition

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Among the early white settlers, accounts of Indian captivities and massacres became America's first literature of catharsis - a means by which a population that disapproved of fiction and play-acting could satisfy its appetite for stories about other people's misfortunes. This collection of unaltered captivity narratives, first published in 1973, remains an invaluable source of information for historians and ethnologists, providing a fascinating glimpse of a vanished era. For this edition, VanDerBeets has written a new preface discussing the proliferation of recent scholarship about captivity narratives, especially those written by women.

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