In “A Narrative of the Captivity,” Mary Rowlandson’s main point draws strength from
the medicine that a sympathetic woman gives her.
her belief in God’s ultimate purpose.
her desire to return and tell her story to the Puritans.
her desire to avenge the death of her child.
Main point draws strength from B. her belief in God's ultimate purpose
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In “A Narrative of the Captivity,” why do you think the group that captures Rowlandson is forced to keep moving?
They have a treaty with the colonists.
They need to find food.
Their religious practices insist that they keep moving.
They are being pursued by the English army
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In “A Narrative of the Captivity,” who dies shortly after Mary Rowlandson and her small daughter, Sarah, arrive wounded at the village of Wenimesset after being taken captive by American Indians.
Her daughter Sarah.
... after her eleven-week captivity among ... but she lived for many more years. On ... A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration of Mrs. Mary Rowlandson is a frequently cited ... [ [www.answers.com/topic/mary-rowlandson
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