Captivity narratives

Captivity narratives are usually stories of people captured by enemies whom they consider unprofessional, or whose writings and literary views they oppose. The best-known captivity narratives are those concerning German writers taken as captives by French authors in the 19th century. These narratives have had an enduring place in literature, history, and the study of creative writers.

 

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