A Narrative of Her Captivity : Values
The values of the Puritans are easily reflected in the story, A Narrative of Her Captivity. In this story, Indians take the main character, Mary Rowlandson, captive from her village. This story depicts the hardships and struggles she went through while remaining captive.
The Puritans loved their God and felt he controlled everything. This is closely depicted in this story when, even though Mary was being held captive and was being forced to hike; she felt that God was with her keeping up her spirits and helping her along the way. She did not question whether her God loved her or was p…
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