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Anne Bradstreet

Summary: rhetorical essay arguing the significance of Anne Bradstreet's poetry. contains all elements of rhetoric triangle as well as numerous rhetorical devices.
The Writings of Anne Bradstreet: Rhetoric

The works of Anne Bradstreet have become a staple in American Literary studies, and rightly so. The most prominent educators in the field utilize her writing to connect American colonial/Puritanism with early American literature. Teachers at every level agree that these parallels are immensely valuable. Anne Bradstreet's poetry retains educational significance on a myriad of levels as it can facilitate discussion on a variety of important subjects.

The significance of Anne Bradstreet's writing in historical context is unquestionable. Puritanism in the 1600's played a vital role in the founding of American ideals and set the tone for faith in the colonies. Her writing also offers a very unique historical perspective, as women in all forms of colonial society (not to mention the extreme patriarchy of Puritanism) have been intellectually undermined. She is also a tremendous manifestation of early feminism in the...

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