The Double Life of Pocahontas
In a story that is as gripping as it is historical, Jean Fritz reveals the true life of Pocahontas. Though at first permitted to move freely between the Indian and the white worlds, Pocahontas was eventually torn between her new life and the culture that shaped her.
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THE DOUBLE LIFE OF POCAHONTASUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
What, one might wonder, does Fritz see in the hackneyed subject of Pocahontas? As the title suggests (and the text handles delicately): a young girl who believed herself bound to John Smith by ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - brittneywest - LibraryThing
Unlike Disney, Fritz gives more in depth information about the real life of Pocahontas. Since she had no journal of her experiences, most of the literature comes from John Smith, her lover. Like the ... Read full review