It is now a critical commonplace that Early American women's captivity narratives offer scholars and students alike rich material for our postmodern investigations into subjectivity and identity. The texts' representations of gender, ethnicity, and race conveniently dovetail with current theoretical work that seeks to reinterpret and expand the canon of Early American texts.
- American Literature,
- Mrs. Susannah Johnson (1730-1810),
- A Narrative of the Captivity of Mrs. Johnson (1796),
- Captivity Narrative
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