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Puritain Literature

Summary: Bradford and Smith both wrote about their journey to the new world, they also stated their view on Native Americans, they stated who the audience for their story was, and they stated their heroes in the story. John Smith and William Bradford wrote about the road and settlement to the new world, but they each show some type of thankfulness to a hero. In this case the hero is the person who helped the people of England get to the new world.

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Critical Thinking/logic/analysis 10/9/05

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John Smith versus William Bradford

In the 1500's there were many great writers who wrote about the forming of the American society. The two writers who really stuck out were John Smith and William Bradford. The intentions of Bradford and Smiths writings were to state their view on the Native American, to entertain certain audiences, and to state who is the hero in the story.

Bradford and Smith had different views on the American Indians who were one of the first people on North American soil. In Smith's writing, he is sent to America to find a better place for living, however when Smith's men arrive they encounter the Native Americans. The English try to take over the land that has already been founded, therefore the Indians fight back. Smith begins to call the Native Americans savages because...

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