• Puritans Anne Bradstreet
    not gone far enough, and that the Church of England was tolerant of practices of the Catholic Church. (Baym 58). Anne Bradstreet was apart of this migration to the New World. Anne Bradstreet‘s literature such as , To My Dear and Loving Husband, To My Dear Children, A Letter to her Husband, Absent...
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  • Anne Bradstreet
    relationship. Aside from writing about being a wife, Anne frequently wrote about being a mother and how much her children meant to her. In her poem, “To My Dear ChildrenAnne talked about how she hoped that her children would turn to God for strength when she passed away because of the messages that...
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  • Bradstreet's family, fate and faith
    love to her family is above any races and any religions. Like most ordinary people do, Bradstreet loved her family, her children and husband, expressed her love and care in many of her poems, such as "In Reference to Her Children", "In Memory of My Dear Grandchild Anne Bradstreet", and "Here follows...
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  • Bradstreet vs Indians Poem Comparison Paper
    Compare and Contrast Between Bradstreet and Tewa Indian Poems Anne Bradstreet’s “To My Dear and Loving Husband” and Tewa Indian’s “Song of the Sky Loom” show many in-depth similarities but also contain several contrasting components as well. While both poems display praise and appreciation...
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  • Anne Bradstreet - Paper
    daughter's life when Hannah was ill. She also wanted Hannah to be thankful to God for saving her life. Anne wanted to have a great impact on each of her children's lives; she wanted them to take away with them all of her positive qualities. In "To My Dear Children", she wrote, "This book by many...
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  • Anne Bradstreet: American Poet
    was only sixteen to his twenty-five years but they were known to have a happy marriage as evidenced in "To my Dear and Loving Husband" where Bradstreet laments, "If ever two were one, than surely we" (125). In 1630, the Dudley's and the Bradstreet's, along with other Puritans, sailed aboard the...
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  • Anne Bradsteer and Abigail Adams
    dangerous procedure. Despite pre-existed weak health condition and lack of medical support, each of two women gave birth more than four children (Bradstreet 187). Anne Bradstreet wrote a poem Before the Birth of One of Her Children, in case of her death while giving birth: The many faults that well you...
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  • To My Dear and Loving Husband
    To my dear and loving husband Anne Bradstreet – Context Anne Bradstreet was born in September 16th, 1612 in Northampton, England. She was the daughter of Thomas Dudley, a steward of the Earl of Lincoln, and Dorothy Yorke. Due to her families position she grew up in cultured circumstances and...
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  • Anne Bradstreet: Full Essay
    Works: Anne Bradstreet wrote numerous poems about her family and her friends. This is a list of her works: • Prologue • The Author to her Book • Before the Birth of her Children • In reference to her children • To My Dear and Loving Husband • To her Father with some verses • By night when others...
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  • Different but Alike
    Different but Alike The poems To My Dear and Loving Husband and To His Excellency, General Washington are two interesting poems. To My Dear and Loving Husband was written by Anne Bradstreet. To His Excellency, General Washington was written by Phillis Wheatley. These two poems are very similar...
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  • Term Paper
    Edward Taylor’s poetry revealed two noticeable differences: the audience and their views of death. Bradstreet and Taylor wrote with the same purpose. Both accepted God’s will even if it was not to their advantage. They praised God through sickness and in health. In “To My Dear ChildrenBradstreet...
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  • Anne Bradstreet
    . ed. Nina Baym. 7th ed. Vol. A. New York: Norton, 2008. 107-108. Print. Bradstreet, Anne. “To My Dear And Loving Husband.” The Norton Anthology of American Literature. Gen. ed. Nina Baym. 7th ed. Vol. A. New York: Norton, 2008. 107-108. Print. Howard, William L. “”Here Follows Some Verses Upon The...
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  • asdanley
     To My Dear and Loving Husband is one of her well known books. Anne Bradstreet was the first female to be published in New England. Though this one of a kind female raised eight kids being a house wife she was able to publish some of her famous poems. The Puritans beliefs in modesty and hard work...
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  • in my dream
    . And if chance to thine eyes shall bring this verse, With some sad sighs honour my absent Herse;    And kiss this paper for thy loves dear sake, Who with salt tears this last Farewel did take. The beauty of “Before the Birth of One of Her Children” by Anne Bradstreet lay in its universal...
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  • Anne Bradstreet 3
    “To My Dear and Loving Husband” by Anne Bradstreet . IF ever two were one, then surely we. If ever man were lov'd by wife, then thee. If ever wife was happy in a man, Compare with me, ye women, if you can. I prize thy love more than whole Mines of gold Or all the riches that the East doth...
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  • Anne Bradstreet Position Paper
    by those strict Puritan values, which no longer exist in our society today. "In Memory of my Dear Grandchild Elizabeth Bradstreet" she compares life to ripe fruit and trees but also displays Puritan fundamentals by the inclusion of God's will to guide their fate. Anne wrote to her children...
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  • Anne Bradstreet - Paper 3
    for these same reasons. She wanted to present to them the truths in her own life, that they may take these truths as their own. Anne writes to her children that her intention for writing is not "to show my skill, but to declare the truth, not set forth myself, but the glory of God." (Doriani 54...
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  • Emotional Conflict of Puritan Belief - Anne Bradstreet
    was very common for men in that time to remarry rather quickly after the death of his wife to make sure the family is taken care of. However, Anne expressed the bond of love that binds humanity within the divine in her poems. “To My Dear and Loving Husband” conveys Anne Bradstreet’s strong love for...
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  • Anne Bradstreet and Mary Rowlandson
    writings and faith in gods providence coincides with the faith portray by Rowlandson in her captivity story. In the poem ‘In the memory of my dear grandchild" Bradstreet expresses the distress of loosing her grand child Elizabeth. She is sorrowful, and bids farewell to her very young grand daughter. Then...
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  • Women
    Relationships Past, Present and Future When I read about the lives of the women in the past, I wonder how my life would have been different had I been born during the era of Anne Bradstreet, or Emily Dickenson. Being courted and arranged to marry someone you didn’t know, and not being able to...
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