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Caleb's Crossing: A Poignant Picture of the Past

Poignant. Tragic. Honest. Thought-provoking. Harsh. These words immediately leapt into my head upon the final swish of the pages as Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks came to an end. This novel, a work of art, showcases the accomplishments of Caleb Cheeshahteaumuck who was the first Native American to graduate from Harvard.  Read more >

Calvinism in Caleb's Crossing

Pulitzer Prize winning author Geraldine Brooks' book, Caleb's Crossing takes place in the 1660's and follows a young man's journey from his Wampanoag tribe on a New England island to Harvard College, where he became the first Native American to graduate.  Read more >

Yearning to Learn: Caleb's Crossing

This is the first book that I have read a book from Geraldine Brooks and I will have to say I was not disappointed at all in Caleb's Crossing. Although it did start out slow for me, on or around page 21 is when I had a hard time putting the book down. I was drawn to the main character Bethia as she described in detail her life circa 1660.  Read more >

The Right of Power in Caleb's Crossing

The shackles of womanhood in the late 1600s weigh heavily in Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks. We follow Bethia, our storyteller and main character, on the journey of her life from the tiny Puritan island settlement of Great Harbor to the streets of Cambridge.  Read more >

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