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The Author to Her Book In The Author to Her Book by Anne Bradstreet the author connects the strife of raising a child and creating self-satisfying writing Bradstreets tone is filled with contempt and criticism towards her offspring She scorns her writing for its incapability to be faultless However Bradstreet still takes pride in her work and desires to mend the faults found within her creation Bradstreet does not just give up entirely she tries to solve her problem Anne Bradstreet is displeased with her subjects defects but feels a strong urge to correct these faults Bradstreets feels contempt and disregard towards her writing She casts thee by as one unfit for lightline 9 Bradstreet finds her writing appalling and unfit to be looked upon She wishes to toss it away into the darkness where no one will see her ill-formed creation Much like a mother is embarrassed by her childs behavior or faults Bradstreet is embarrassed by her writings mistakes and flaws In fact even its visage was irksome in her sightline10 Bradstreet finds the entire face of her writing irritating Its complete appearance appalls her She can not even bear to look at the imperfect ill-formed creation of hers Just as a mother is annoyed by her child Bradstreet is annoyed by her writing She is unable to accept what her writing has become Though her subject disgusts and displeases her Bradstreet realizes it is her own and she takes pride and responsibility for improving her writing she refuses to just give up One of Bradstreets many attempts to redeem her writing includes washing its face but seeing more defects rubbing off a spot still made a flawline 13-14 Bradstreet tried to clean up her writing much like how a mother would try to alter her childs appearance or behavior She tried to rewrite or erase a part of her work but these futile attempts just led her to
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