"The Unredeemed Captive" by John Demos.
In The Unredeemed Captive, John Demos illustrates the complexities of the relationships among the puritan settlers of New England, the Roman-Catholic French of New France (currently parts of Canada), and the Native Americans both nations forcefully relocated. He also shows how undercurrents of racism and moral superiority often trouble these relationships, especially with the Native Americans. With the narrative style of a novel rather than a historical record, Demos tells the story of Eunice Williams, a captured daughter of honored minister John Williams, to turn the worlds of master an…
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