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    poem by Anne Bradstreet. The use of rhyme and rhythm throughout this poem depicts to me that Anne had an exceptional understanding of poetry and how to write poetry. Anne uses a great array of words to make the poem more appealing to not only the reader but also herself. This finely written poem portrays to me that Anne was a very spiritual women but maybe had doubts about everything going on around her. The course of this paper will iterate what the poem For Deliverance from a Fever by Anne Bradstreet

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    Anne Bradstreet: American Poet Anne Bradstreet is seen as a true poetic writer for the seventeenth century. She exhibits a strong Puritan voice and is one of the first notable poets to write English verse in the American colonies. Bradstreet’s work symbolizes both her Puritan and feminine ideals and appeals to a wide audience of readers. American Puritan culture was basically unstable, with various inchoate formations of social, political, and religious powers competing publicly. Her thoughts are

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    Anne Bradstreet Religion

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    judging the decisions of the almighty is blasphemy. In Anne Bradstreet’s “Here Follow Some Verses upon the Burning of our House, July 10. 1666”, Anne adheres to Puritan conventions, while at the same time conveying slight dissent. Anne Bradstreet complies with her beliefs by stating how everything in existence is God’s, while also breaking the Puritan societal norms of her conservative counterparts of believing in the

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    Anne Bradstreet was not only the first English-speaking, North American poet, but she was also the first American, woman poet to have her works published. In 1650, without her knowledge, Bradstreet’s brother-in-law had many of her poems published in a collection called The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up In America. Although these poems did not reflect what would be her best work, they did emulate what would be the greatest influence on all of her writing. Anne Bradstreet’s Puritan life was the strongest

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    Anne Bradstreet Biography

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    Anne Bradstreet was the first American poetess of British origin. She was the first female writer whose poems were published in newly colonized America. Her father, Thomas Dudley, in England worked as steward of Earl of Lincoln. In 1628 Anne married Simon Bradstreet. In 1630 both families moved to America on the ship "Arabella". Voyage lasted for three months. In the New World, her father became governor of Massachusetts Colony, and was subsequently replaced by the husband of Anne. Anne had poor

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    Anne Bradstreet and Edward Taylor wrote elaborate poems influenced by their faith and life experiences. Coming from devout Puritans living in newly settled land, both of their writings have similar elements. One shared theme gives insight to the harshness of colonial life. They both used poetry to express their sadness at the death of their children, yet both with a tone of acceptance and hope, trusting that God knows best. Taylor grieved the loss of two infant daughters. He describes them as flowers

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    Anne Bradstreet was born in 1612, in Northhamptionshire, England. Anne had a very promising pair of parents whom raised her to the fullest of their abilities. In the era that Bradstreet was born females did not go to school. Women were to stay at the home and be care takers to their household; they had to cook, clean, and make clothes for their husband and children to wear. Although Anne had to learn all of the household demands from her mother, her father gave her an astounding education. Her father

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    Author's Lives: Anne Bradstreet

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    many authors’ lives, including Anne Bradstreet. Anne Bradstreet’s immigration to America, Puritan faith, distinctive views, and family were the causes of her success in writing. Anne Bradstreet was born Anne Dudley in 1612 in Northamptonshire, England. (Poets, 1) She married Simon Bradstreet, 25, at the age of 16 in 1628. (Kort, 31) During this time, many were fleeing England to America for religious freedoms. Two years after marriage, in 1630, Simon and Anne did the same. (Kort, 31) The

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    Traveling to the New World in 1630 at age eighteen, poet Anne Bradstreet lived an arduous and troublesome life in the infant American colonies. After writing for many years in America and having her poems secretly published by her brother-in-law in England, Anne Bradstreet became not only the first published female American poet, but the first published American poet ever. As a Puritan, Bradstreet projected her religion, as well as her worldly observations, onto her poetry. She also explored the

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    As a female in a highly patriarchal society, Anne Bradstreet uses the reverse psychology technique to prove the point of her belief of unfair and unequal treatment of women in her community. Women who wrote stepped outside their appropriate sphere, and those who actually published their work frequently faced social censure. Compounding this social pressure, many women faced crushing workloads and struggled with lack of leisure for writing. Others suffered from an unequal access to education, while

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