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Carolyn Meyer

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At the age of nine, Cynthia Ann Parker was captured in an Indian raid and taken to
live as a slave with the Comanche. Twenty-four years later, she is the wife of a chief
and the mother of a young warrior destined to become the great chief Quanah Parker.
But in 1861, Parker and her infant daughter are recaptured and returned against their
will to a white settlement. This moving story is a riveting examination of the conflicts
between Native Americans and white settlers.


“A skillful examination of how individual identity is determined by cultural and social structures, and of what happens when these are drastically altered.”—Kirkus Reviews

"The captivating characters are well drawn. . . . a fascinating look at the Comanche and their captives and will be enjoyed by teens who like historical fiction and/or are interested in Native Americans and the West." —SLJ


  • ペーパーバック: 208ページ
  • 出版社: HMH Books for Young Readers; and and and an.版 (1992/10/15)
  • 言語: 英語, 英語, 英語
  • 対象: 9 - 12歳
  • ISBN-10: 0152956026
  • ISBN-13: 978-0152956028
  • 発売日: 1992/10/15
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 20.9 x 14.1 x 1.3 cm
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Where the broken heart still beats: the strong, proud voice of the Comanche People and the harsh realities of frontier life. 2005/11/2
By Sarah - (
A moving YA novel that tells the sad tale of Cynthia Ann Parker, a Texan who was abducted by the Comanche tribe as an nine-year-old in 1836. The Comanches killed her father, mother, uncle and younger siblings in a raid on Fort Parker, and abducted Cynthia and her little brother John as slaves. 25 years later, Cynthia, now Naduah, is happily married to a Comanche chief, Pete Nacoma, and is the mother of of a young daughter, Topsannah, and two fine braves, Quanah and Pecos, when she is recaptured by the Texas Rangers and sent to live with her surviving family.

Naduah's story is told from the dual viewpoints of her own narrative (written in third person), and her cousin Lucy's diary, told in first person. These two women, one a strong chief's wife, gifted in the ways of the Comanche, who seeks nothing more than to escape to rejoin her tribe and (Comanche) family, and the blossoming young cousin, twelve when Naduah first arrives, who is the only one in the family to make an effort to understand Cynthia Ann's experiences with the Comanche as positive. Naduah is constantly scrutinized by the women of the family, moved from household to household as her "heathen, savage" ways and escape attempts become too much to bear.

A touching, melancholy tale based on fact and full of Comanche life and language, Texan frontier culture in the 1800s, along with a commentary on the Civil War, this will appeal to young readers who enjoy historical frontier fiction such as "Little House on the Prairie" and Native American novels such as "Sweetgrass," "Sing Down The Moon," and "Primrose Way." The novel does contain several graphic, violent scenes, so I would not recommend this for younger readers.
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5つ星のうち 3.0 Historical significance 2007/9/19
By Jan R. Mccoy - (
This is an interesting concept on the history of Cynthia Ann Parker, captured as a child and raised by Indians. This work is focused on the history of the episode and Parker's return and foreced residence among a family she barely remembered. Although Parker rarely communicated her history, the author postures the cruelty of her Indian Captors. One must compare how this story contradicts other works such as "Ride the Wind" by Lucia St. Clair Robson. Robson puts forth the opposite opinion and relates how good the Indians were to the children they took and raised.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 ... and Indians 2006/2/18
By M. Lowrey - (
The book was a quick read. If it is for children, it should only be read by older children who can understand the complexities of Cynthia Ann's life and times. I have loaned this book to several friends who were surprised by how different this view of the Old West was from the Westerns they grew up watching.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Held captive-but by whom? 2000/12/31
By John Baucum - (
Cynthia Ann Parker was taken from fort parker by the Comanche indians. She became one of them, and eventually married the chief-Peta Nacona. This book details her white family's arduous search for her, and the heartbreak that awaits her when she arrives back in the white man's world. I reccommend this book to anyone who wants to know what true courage really is!
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Cynthia Ann Parker has always fascinated me and her life was hard. 2007/10/2
This is a wonderful book about the little white girl taken by Indians in central Texas at age 10. She was later married to Indian Chief and bore 3 children. One of her sons was Quanah Parker, famous in his own right.

Don't miss this account of her life. I could not put it down until I had finished reading it.
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