not take her own life. Captivity narratives such as Rowlandson's were amoung the most popular literary genres in early America. 425 Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. During Mary Rowlandson's captivity with whom and where did she live? Deep awareness of another's suffering with a desire to help. Analysis edit, there are apparent themes in this captivity narrative such as the uncertainty of life. 1, plot summary edit, on February 10, 1675, the settlement. Puritans believed that God arranges everything with a purpose. Some of the Indians wear the colonists clothes and pray, claiming that they have converted to Christianity. Lancaster, in the, massachusetts Bay Colony, was attacked by Native Americans. The second Addition sic Corrected and amended.
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Wachuset where the Indians will discuss her possibility of returning to freedom. She is reunited with her husband after 11 long weeks. She cannot take anything for granted because she is not sure if she will even survive this long journey. Rowlandson wants to. Being injured, the journey is difficult for Rowlandson and her daughter. The Heath Anthology of American Literature. Mary, the wife of a minister, was captured by Natives during King Philips War while living in a Lancaster town, most of which was decimated, and the people murdered.