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Cabeza de Vaca journal notes

by: Stacey Choate-ciletti

Cabeza de Vaca journal notes Engl-325-01

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Cover our class discussion on our reading of Cabeza de vaca's journal.
American Literature
Dr. Bond
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Stacey Choate-ciletti on Tuesday September 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Engl-325-01 at California Lutheran University taught by Dr. Bond in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views. For similar materials see American Literature in English at California Lutheran University.

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Date Created: 09/20/16
Cabeza de Vaca Journal Background Information: -16th century: - Time of the reformation and his home of Spain, the Spanish counter-reformation - He was the treasure of his expedition boss dies but later in the expedition (Panfilio de Narvaez) The Journal appears to have a more objective tone as compared to Columbus’s journals. Writers of this time were most likely more advanced writers as compared to the current writers due to how writing was held in regard during the time. (i.e. Columbus writes in Latin). -Literacies: different types of writing and writing progresses. Pg. 159: We set traces of the Christians  he uses a lot of I’s to possibly persuade that he stepped up after the death of his leader. -The we refers to Cabeza de Vaca + the Native Americans enculturation- takes on the culture of the Native Americans. How reliable is de Vaca’s account: This is a window into the past but there is also evidence is rhetorical so it is a really a reliable account? Cabeza uses conflicting pronouns of we sometimes him+ native Americans and sometimes him + Spaniards -Is Cabeza Christian or not? Moves from a more typical sense of what it means to be Christian to not a typical idea of what it means to be a Christian -harsh catholic church Cabeza did not fit that mold of Catholicism 2


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