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Of Plymouth Plantation, an Analysis

Summary: Analyzes Of Plymouth Plantation, by William Bradford. Discusses the major theme of religion and how God helped people overcome obstacles through faith.
In historical accounts the first American stories derived from Puritan writings. Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford is important literature because it tells the story of immigrants, which is still common today. The American dream, American government, American values, and American ideologies were based on the Puritans beliefs and the struggles they went through for the American Dream. Convincing future generations of the struggles and achievements of Puritans was the purpose of William Bradford for writing Of Plymouth Plantation. In Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford, the theme of religion implies how God can help people overcome tough obstacles if people keep faith in him.

William Bradford revealed how Puritans could overcome obstacles in many quotes in this story. "Being thus arrived in good harbor, and brought safe to land, they fell upon their knees and blessed the God of Heaven who brought them over...

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