Understanding History of the Captivity Story For this section of the test you will need to read the box titled “Literature and History,” on pages forty-two and forty-three of your textbook. 10. What was the tragic side effect of the captivity stories?
More people were made to read who disliked reading.
There was no tragic side effect.
The relationship between American Indians and the colonists declined.
11. Why did Native Americans raid the colonists?
Indians were evil people who hated the good colonists.
Native Americans wanted to take the land away from the colonists.
Native Americans were fighting back because of the wrongs that were done to them by the colonists.
12. From what point of view are the captivity stories usually told?
Third person (he, she, or they)
Second person (you)
First person (I)
13. Typically, what is NOT part of the outline of the seventeenth century captivity story?