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The Puritan and Feminist Ideals in the Life and Literary Works of Anne Bradstreet

In this analytical essay, a student talks about Anne Bradstreet's life as a devout Puritan and poet. The student discusses quotes from Bradstreet's poems "The Prologue" and "Verses upon the Burning of Our House" to show that while Bradstreet believed in the Puritan worldview, she was also an early feminist who embraced the power of self-expression through writing.
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