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ISBN: 1410437345 / ISBN-13: 9781410437341

Caleb's Crossing

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A richly imagined new novel from the author of the NEW YORK TIMES bestseller, PEOPLE OF THE BOOK In 1665, a young man from Martha's Vineyard became ... Show synopsis

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  • Caleb's Crossing (Thorndike Press) – Hardcover (2011)
    by Geraldine Brooks

    Caleb's Crossing

    Hardcover, Thorndike Press
    2011
    English
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    539 pages

    ISBN: 1410437345
    ISBN-13: 9781410437341

    Pulitzer Prize winning-author Geraldine Brooks transports the reader to 1660s Martha's Vineyard and Cambridge to tell the dramatic tale of the intertwined destinies of Caleb Cheshahteaumuck, the first Native American to graduate from Harvard, and Bethia Mayfield, a young woman who is struggling to find her own place in the world even as she helps enable Caleb to cross from his world into hers.

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Curmudgeon

Well written. Improbable heroine

by Curmudgeon on Sep 2, 2014

Well researched, fact filled, and written for inclusion of 17th century language, religious mores, personal interactions of life centered on a narrow interpretation of Christianity with intent to convert Native Americans. However, development of heroine's character appears too contrived, her role overly stressed, perhaps naively so, to bear witness to Caleb becoming the first Native American graduate of Harvard.

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Jacquelyn S

Great historical Fiction

by Jacquelyn S on May 25, 2013

This book shows that times have not changed very much in how "we" treat different groups in our society. I picked this book up accidentally and then recommended it to 2 different book cubs to which I belong. The members of each group had lively discussions about the book- although not everyone enjoyed it. I found it a great read and it showed much about the early life in Massachusetts and the difference between what is preached and what is done!

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