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  • To My Dear and Loving Husband
    Literary scholars have always professed that Anne Bradstreet did not originally intend for her poetry to be published. While she was an educated woman and wrote poetry for her father growing up,...

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  • To My Dear and Loving Husband
    Anne Bradstreet's poem expresses her values as it acknowledges the Puritan belief that woman was created to be man's helpmate, subordinate, and to be in harmony with her husband. The very title,...

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    "Loving" is certainly the most appropriate word to describe the relationship between the speaker and her husband. The speaker is trying to infer that her marriage is wonderful and special. There is...

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  • To My Dear and Loving Husband
    Anne Bradstreet's "To My Dear and Loving Husband" is a Puritan woman's poem of her devotion to her husband, Simon Bradstreet; in fact, it is a devotion not unlike that of the Christian for her God....

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    The Puritans were experts on the Bible. As their name implies, they sought to purify the Church of England by insisting on returning to the Bible in their forms of worship. Therefore, they were...

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    I think that a response could take different forms to Bradstreet's poem. The most direct course of writing would be to respond back in kind. It becomes essential to make sure that a response in...

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    I think that the points you make are real interesting, but I guess that I don't see it. I don't see that Bradstreet is devaluing or selling short the love she has with her husband. I think that...

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