Essays Tagged: "Ann Levine"

Critical analysis of anne bradstreet's Prologue

Anne Bradstreet's "Prologue"Even though it less well-known than "Contemplations," Anne Bradstreet's ... phere of the home. Bradstreet's voice is a clear and defiant refutation of the argument that women cannot think independently ("If what I do prove well, it won't advance,/They'll say it's stol'n, or e ... itans), a man, who is allowed to write the poetry of "wars, of captains, and of kings" (1). Much of Anne Bradstreet's work is comprised of lengthy "contemplations" on the relation of a spiritual god t ...

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Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature > Poetry