Sunday, February 10, 2019
Standing In The Light :: essays research papers
1. The story of this book was in search of ones self-importance. I chose this theme because Catharine was in search of her self throughout the whole story. Her and her fellow were taken captive by the Lenape Indian tribe and she had to search to generate her self throughout her time in captivity. In the beginning when she was captured, it was awkward and confusing. This was because she was a Quaker and she didnt cope if she was now an Indian or motionless a Quaker, because the Lenape werent going to return her to her family. She had to search her own self, and in conclusion she became used to the way of Indian deportment. She never forgot her family, but she had come to discern her new family. She had also become accustomed to her new way of life. by and by about a year of living with the Lenape, white men came and took Catharine and her brother away. This really made her confused because she had just found herself with the Lenape and now she has to find herself with her o wn family again. She never quite found herself with her people, but she would always know where she truly belonged. 2 The main character of this book was Catharine. She was stubborn and adjusting. She was strong-willed when she had the strength to adjust to her new ways of life. She was pulled from her old life, to her new life, sticker to her old life. It was very difficult for her because both the Quakers and the Lenape were two very opposite cultures. She found herself having mixed feelings and a lot of confusion, but she had the will to bear on with it. Catharine was also adjusting. She was adjusting when she had to adjust to life with the Lenape. She had to learn new ways of life she had to learn how to survive off the land. She also made her own uniform and gathered food. She also had to adjust to new customs. The Lenape piety and the Quaker religion are very distinct from eachother. Catharine adjusted to the Lenape religion very well. 3. The originator wrote this book for a couple of reasons. First, she wrote it for entertainment. A lot of people deal to read books about the past. Also, I have never read a book about Indians capturing a girl and her brother.