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Synonyms for native

Synonyms for native

forming an essential element, as arising from the basic structure of an individual

of, from, or within a country's own territory

existing, born, or produced in a land or region

in a primitive state; not domesticated or cultivated; produced by nature

in a natural state and still not prepared for use

Synonyms for native

a person born in a particular place or country

indigenous plants and animals

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characteristic of or existing by virtue of geographic origin

belonging to one by birth

characteristic of or relating to people inhabiting a region from the beginning

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as found in nature in the elemental form

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Focusing on seventeenth-century England, with an emphasis on the constructions and intersections of race and gender in Restoration drama and historical accounts, Hutner demonstrates how English patriarchy identifies and reconstructs "itself over the body of the native woman or the European woman who has gone native" (3).
The appearance of the "salvage nation" of Book 1, for instance, is read in terms of both religious allegory and political and social "reformation," especially with regards to (New) English debates about the need to "reform" the Gaelic Irish and "degenerate," Grill-like Old Englishmen in Ireland who have gone native. This sets up a clever reading of Books 5 and 6 that foregrounds just how tenuous distinctions such as English/Irish, civil/savage become in the second edition of The Faerie Queene.