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Bradstreet, Ann
Bradstreet, Anne
Bradstreet, Anne D.
Bradstreet, Anne Dudley
Bradstreet, Anne Dudley (married name)
Dudley Bradstreet, Anne
Gentlewoman of New-England
ブラッドストリート, アン
apm. 1612-1672
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Taylor, Edward (ca1642-1729)
3 mystical hymns
ACLS Humanities E-Book
"and when i could no longer look,:
, banner of truth (reprinted ) 1979/ref long considered primarily of historical interest, she won critical acceptance in the 20th century as a writer of enduring verse, particularly for her sequence of religious poems "contemplations", which was written for her family and not published until the mid-19th century.refn. a. (2000). [http://www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/a0808679.html anne (dudley) bradstreet].
contemplations (poem)
Early American poetry : selections from Bradstreet, Taylor, Dwight, Freneau and Bryant
Early New England meditative poetry
If ever two were one : for SATB chorus (divisi) unaccompanied
[[image:bradstreet first edition.jpg|thumb|right|220px|title page, second (posthumous) edition of bradstreet's poems, 1678]]as a younger poet, bradstreet wrote five quaternions, epic poems of four parts each (see works below) that explore the diverse yet complementary natures of their subject.refnichols,heidi
it was his own; it was not mine.:
Portrait of Ann Bradstreet : a cantata for soprano voice, soprano and alto recorders, violon [sic], and harpsichord (piano)
.refcotton mather
. retrieved september 1, 2006./ref bradstreet's work was deeply influenced by the poet [[guillaume de salluste du bartas]], who was favored by 17th-century readers.nearly a century later, [[martha wadsworth brewster]], a notable 18th-century american poet and writer, in her principal work
Several poems compiled with great variety of wit and learning, full of delight : wherein especially is contained a compleat discourse and description of the four elements, constitutions, ages of man, seasons of the year, together with an exact epitome of the three first monarchyes, viz. the Assyrian, Persian, Grecian, and beginning of the Romane common-wealth to the end of their last king, with diverse other pleasant & serious poems
tenth muse (1650), and, from the manuscripts, Meditations divine and morall, together with letters and occasional pieces, The
Tenth muse lately sprung up in america. or severall poems, compiled with great variety of wit and learning, full of delight. wherein especially is contained a compleat discourse and description of the four elements, constitutions, ages of man, seasons of the year. together with an exact epitomie of the four monarchies, viz. the assyrian, persian, grecian, roman. also a dialogue between old england and new, concerning the late troubles. with divers other pleasant and serious poems
that laid my goods now in the dust.:
thomas dudley, simon bradstreet, john woodbridge) to show that a godly and educated woman could elevate her position as a wife and mother, without necessarily placing her in competition with men. very few men of that time agreed with that belief. mistress bradstreet endured and ignored much [[gender bias]] during her life in the [[new world]].in 1678 her self-revised [http://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/bradstreet/1678/1678.html
verses upon the burning of our house
wikisource:a letter to her husband, absent upon public employment|a letter to her husband, absent upon public employment
wikisource:another (ii)|another (ii)
wikisource:before the birth of one of her children|before the birth of one of her children
wikisource:for deliverance from a fever|for deliverance from a fever
wikisource:the prologue|the prologue
wikisource:to my dear and loving husband|to my dear and loving husband
Works of Anne Bradstreet in prose and verse