American literature Essay | The North and South

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The North and South

Summary: Essay discusses the differences between the North and the South and how these differences helped American literature.
The Providential and the south view were two very different beliefs. The providential view towards everything was more towards the belief in God and less toward what's new and cool. The south view was more towards nature and society. The providential view is more plain and more of what the bible is all about. The south didn't see the bible as truth, they saw everything the way it was, they believed in just what they wanted to. The Providential and South both had very different thoughts of writing.

Religion is what the providential people believed in. William Bradford is the man to show everyone what these days exactly how the providential view thought and wrote. With the Pilgrims, Bradford writes about the sicknesses and diseases. He talks about the seaman who wanted half of the crew thrown overboard because of all the problems forming because of...

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