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  • John And Pocahontas
    771 words
    Mato aka, also known as Pocahontas which meant "playful one", was born on the year 1595. The book that I had read was Pocahontas: Medicine Woman, Spy, Entrepreneur, Diplomat by Paula Gunn Allen. It was published by HarperCollins Publisher Inc. in 10 East 53rd Street, New York, NY 10022 on the year 2003. She was an amazing person and woman who became famous for standing up for what she believed in. Pocahontas was the daughter of Chief Powhatan which made her an Indian Princess. When she was 12 ye...
  • Exaggerated Image Of The Real Historical Character
    409 words
    The main thesis of the essay is that Disneys Pocahontas is the exaggerated image of the real historical character, although noble as well. Pocahontas is mentioned to be the only animated film based on a real character and this movie is the only shedding light on Native Americans and their life. Native Americans are people people who once lived on this continent. The stereotypes of Native Americans are thus misinterpreted and the animated film was rather useful for getting rid of such stereotypes...
  • Historical Pocahontas
    498 words
    The animated version of the Pocahontas story is a really romantic fantasy. In the movie Pocahontas and Captain Smith fall in love with each other without paying attention to enmity and hostility between their people. In comparison to real story the animated version is provided with romantic parting of the young girl and John Smith. In the beginning of the movie Pocahontas is a young woman. She is beauty and grace. She was tall with long muscular legs and arms, although she possessed a tiny waist...
  • Pocahontas Visits To The Fort
    704 words
    Pocahontas The story of Pocahontas happened the same time as the founding of Jamestown, the first permanent English colony in the New World. Her story begins with her first visit to the colony as a child of ten or eleven. The event that captured her fame, was her rescue of Captain John Smith from murder at the hands of her father. She almost single handily saved the Jamestown colonists from starvation and massacre. Pocahontas final act of devotion to the colonists was when she was arranged a vis...
  • Tale Of Pocahontas
    352 words
    A young Powhatan woman who d welled amongst English settlers in the early 1600's left a lingering impact on history that puzzles us today. The tale of Pocahontas, has caused much controversy due to invalid documentation and bias historical sources which can not be trusted. As historians attempt to explain the life of this young Native American girl, they discover that there are many angles on which the story can be examined and interpreted. There are countless variations of the Pocahontas story ...

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