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Using the example of Pocahantas, how is the real world rewritten into something that treads the line between fact and fiction?

Copyright 2011 David Beagley / La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.

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    Pocahontas

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    Using the example of Pocahantas, how is the real world rewritten into something that treads the line between fact and fiction? Copyright 2011 David Beagley / La Trobe University, all rights reserved. Contact for permissions.
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