In "The (Untrue) Story of John smith and Pocahontas," how is the authors point of view different from the point of view of someone who believes the legend of Pocahontas?

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The point of view is different because a person who has read the story can see that John Smith was not a kind man and treated Native Americans as inferior slaves while a person who believes the legend would observe Pocahontas as an inspiring person that shows John Smith that we are all humans in the end.

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