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captivity

“Imprisoning” a willing partner in the context of BDSM sexual practices.
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By contrast, both Gyles and Johnson present their captivities as unusual events that disrupted an idealized, normative social telos.
The two final essays in the first section of this book examine inaugural voices in what Henry Louis Gates calls "the black tradition in English literature." In "Red, White, and Black: Indian Captivities, Colonial Printers, and the Early African-American Narrative," John Sekora seeks to understand how black writing began in America by examining the circumstances surrounding the publication of the Narrative of the Uncommon Suffering & Surprizing Deliverance of Briton Hammon (1760), the earliest slave narrative.
This paper will examine two such captivity narrative motifs, ubiquitous in Puritan captivities but by no means limited to them, namely, the motifs of Indian cannibalism and infanticide.