Summary of News of the World: by Paulette Jiles Includes Analysis

Summary of News of the World: by Paulette Jiles Includes Analysis

by DR Sue Taylor

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Summary of News of the World: by Paulette Jiles Includes Analysis by DR Sue Taylor

News of the World is a stunning novel by Paulette Jiles that draws the reader into a world of cowboys, Indians and one old war hero, Captain Kidd who has been given an arduous task. He must deliver one young girl to her relatives in San Antonio, TX. But there is just one problem. The young girl might look like her German relatives, but she believes she is an Indian. She dresses like one, acts like one, and even fights like one. Captain Kidd must find a way to integrate the young girl, who had lived with Indians for four years, back into Western culture while fighting to keep her safe from dangers such as outlaws and Western Society standards. News of the World proposes questions we must all face: questions of identity, racism and the importance of culture.

This comprehensive summary and analysis can help further your understanding of the novel.

Included are the following:
Chapter-by-chapter summary with plot analysis
Historical Context
Theme Analysis
Symbolism Analysis
Study questions
And much more

Sue Taylor's unique viewpoint and ability to interpret issues that the reader cannot always comprehend in his reading make this summary a true asset to anyone who would like to expand his understanding of this impressive novel.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781540879028
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/05/2016
Pages: 54
Sales rank: 922,241
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.11(d)

About the Author

As an adjunct professor, Sue Taylor taught English composition and literature for several years at both the University and communitycollege level. She has presented research focusing on women authors anddisenfranchisement at a literary conference meant to highlight theachievements of female authors. When she is not working as an educator,she enjoys reading and spending time with her cat. The books of Paulette Jiles have always inspired Jessica, so she has decided to teach TheColor of Lightning and Enemy Woman in her class, and now she ispublishing her summary to the remarkable novel of News of the World.

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