One World, One Land, Two Stories
Two sixteenth century writers, John Smith and William Bradford, write about their experiences in North America in The General History (John Smith) and in Of Plymouth Plantation (William Bradford). Facing many struggles, both authors experience hardship physically and introspectively. Along with environmental and personal struggles came social struggles with the Indians. Landing on the same continent, William Bradford and John Smith give similar accounts of the new world while having completely different motives and styles.
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