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  1. The Works of Anne Bradstreet (The John Harvard Library) by Anne Bradstreet, 2010-04-15
  2. Anne Bradstreet: A Guided Tour of the Life And Thought of a Puritan Poet by Heidi L. Nichols, 2006-01
  3. The Works of Anne Bradstreet by Anne Bradstreet, 2008-08-07
  4. To My Husband and Other Poems (Dover Thrift Editions) by Anne Bradstreet, 2000-12-21
  5. The Works of Anne Bradstreet in Prose and Verse by Anne Bradstreet, 2010-03
  6. Mistress Bradstreet: The Untold Life of America's First Poet by Charlotte Gordon, 2005-03-23
  7. Anne Bradstreet - The Complete Collection
  8. A Jury of Her Peers: Celebrating American Women Writers from Anne Bradstreet to Annie Proulx (Vintage) by Elaine Showalter, 2010-01-12
  9. Anne Bradstreet and her time by Helen Campbell, 2010-09-08
  10. Beyond Stateliest Marble: The Passionate Femininity of Anne Bradstreet (Leaders in Action Series) by Douglas Wilson, 2001-05
  11. Anne Bradstreet; Young Puritan Poet. by Montrew Dunham, 1969-06
  12. An American Triptych : Anne Bradstreet, Emily Dickinson, Adrienne Rich by Wendy Martin, 1984-01-16
  13. Gender Roles, Literary Authority, and Three American Women Writers: Anne Dudley Bradstreet, Mercy Otis Warren, Margaret Fuller Ossoli (Age of Revolution and Romanticism) by Theresa Freda Nicolay, 1995-12
  14. The poems of Mrs. Anne Bradstreet (1612-1672): together with her prose remains ; with an introduction by Charles Eliot Norton by Anne Bradstreet, Charles Eliot Norton, et all 2010-08-23

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ANNE BRADSTREET • Poet. Name at birth Anne Dudley Anne Bradstreet emigratedto Massachusetts with her father and her husband in 1630.
ANNE BRADSTREET Poet Name at birth: Anne Dudley Anne Bradstreet emigrated to Massachusetts with her father and her husband in 1630. Her husband later became a governor of the colony, while Anne wrote poetry and raised their eight children. She is considered the first significant poet of Puritan-era America. Bradstreet's volumes include The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America and Several Poems Compiled with Great Variety of Wit and Learning Britannica.Com: Anne Bradstreet
The encyclopedia calls her "one of the first poets to write English verse in the American colonies" Selected Poetry of Anne Bradstreet
A dozen poems and a brief biography Anne Bradstreet Links
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Harvard is probably a good choice in the search for books on Anne Bradstreet not only is Harvard large, but one would expect 'New England writers' to be well represented. A basic KW search (here a compound: KW BRADSTREET AND KW ANNE) yields the following 41 books:

6. Words Of Women Anne Bradstreet
Anne Bradstreet. (16121672). The Works of Anne Bradstreet (The John HarvardLibrary) by Anne Bradstreet, Jeannine Hensley, Jeannie Hensley.
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Anne Bradstreet Anne Bradstreet, colonial American woman, was America's first poet. She wrote of domestic and religious themes. Find links to great resources on this site and on the Net. Anne Bradstreet Quotations
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Anne Bradstreet's Poetry: (click on a title to read a poem) - The Author to her Book - By Night When Others... - The Flesh and the Spirit - In Reference to her Children... ... - The Vanity of All Worldly...
Anne Bradstreet, manuscript of meditations, Stevens Memorial Library, North Andover, Mass., reproduced in Anne Bradstreet, The Tenth Muse (1650), a facsimile reproduction with an introduction by Josephine K.
Anne Bradstreet, Several Poems, 2nd edn. (Boston: John Foster, 1678). Cf. The Complete Works of Anne Bradstreet, ed. Joseph R. McElrath, Jr., and Allan P. Robb (Boston: Twayne, 1981): 175-176, 177-178, 184-186. First Publication Date: 1678.
The Tenth Muse Lately sprung up in America. By a Gentlewoman in those parts (London: Stephen Bowtell, 1650): 3-4. See Anne Bradstreet, The Tenth Muse (1650), a facsimile reproduction with an introducti First Publication Date: 1650.
Anne Bradstreet, Several Poems, 2nd edn. (Boston: John Foster, 1678). Cf. The Complete Works of Anne Bradstreet, ed. Joseph R. McElrath, Jr., and Allan P. Robb (Boston: Twayne, 1981): 180. First Publication Date: 1678.
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Anne Bradstreet. Born 1612 Died 1672. 12 January 2002. Bibliography Bradstreet,Anne, Microsoft Encarta Online Encyclopedia 2001 http//
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Anne Dudley Bradstreet was born in Northampton, England, to Thomas Dudley and Dorothy Yorke Dudley. She had a comfortable childhood at Tattershall Castle in Sempringham, Lincolnshire, as her father was the steward of the estates of Theophilus Clinton, the Puritan Earl of Lincoln. Encouraged by her father, she was taught by private tutors and learned a great deal due to extensive reading offered her by having access to the library in the manor, despite the fact that women of the time received little or no education. In 1628, at age 16, she married Simon Bradstreet, who was a protege of the Earl's, her father's assistant, and nine years her senior. Two years later, in 1630, her family immigrated to the New World, as members of John Winthrop's party, on the flagship, Arabella. Her father and husband were both governors of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Her family's position allowed Anne Bradstreet a dignified and honorable place in America, but not critical acceptance of her poetry. A mother of eight and housewife, she was also America's first important poet. Her poems dealt with the hardships of life in the early settlements, the Puritan religion, and in subtle ways, the role of women in those times. Because she was a woman, her work was strongly criticized, and some believed that she stole the ideas for her writing from men. In her earlier works, Bradstreet wrote in the style of male authors that she admired. She was careful about expressing her true feelings, and this limited her abilities. She wrote for her own satisfaction, and shared her poetry with family and friends. Without her knowledge, her brother-in-law, Rev. John Woodbridge, took a manuscript of her poems to England with him and had them published in a book called

11. Selected Poems Of Anne Bradstreet
Anne Bradstreet (16121672) The Author To Her Book; Before the Birth ofOne of Her Children; By Night When Others Soundly Slept; Contemplations;
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Anne Bradstreet. Education on the Internet Anne Bradstreet was bornin Northampton, England in 1612. Her father was Thomas Dudley
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Anne Bradstreet was born in Northampton, England in 1612. Her father was Thomas Dudley , the chief steward of Theophilus Clinton, the Earl of Lincoln. She married the fellow Puritan Simon Bradstreet in 1628.
In 1630, Anne sailed for America with her husband and father on the Arbella , joined the Puritans who established the Massachusetts Bay Colony in America. John Winthrop became the colony's first governor of Massachusetts but later her father, Thomas Dudley , and her husband, Simon Bradstreet , held this office.

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ANNE BRADSTREET A Site Dedicated to the first American Poet. INTRODUCTION. Welcometo the web page totally dedicated to the writing of Anne Bradstreet.
ANNE BRADSTREET: A Site Dedicated to the first American Poet INTRODUCTION The poems I selected to study are: "To Her Father With Some Verses" "To My Dear Loving Husband" "In Reference to Her Children, 23 June 1659" Please enjoy this website, but don't be too critical! This is only my first website! Link to Poems Link to Poem Summaries Link to Historical and Biographical Background Link to Formal Analysis ... Link back to English 323 Page

16. Poet Index For Representative Poetry On-line
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  • Sarah Fuller Adams
  • Joseph Addison
  • Mark Akenside
    Amelia Alderson ( see Amelia Opie
  • Cecil Frances Alexander
    Ellen Alleyne ( see Christina Rossetti
  • William Allingham
    Anodos ( see Mary Elizabeth Coleridge
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  • Richard Barnfield
    Elizabeth Barrett ( see Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • David Bates
  • Katharine Lee Bates
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    Phyllis Bloom ( see Phyllis Gotlieb
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  • Francis William Bourdillon
  • William Lisle Bowles
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  • 17. Anne Bradstreet
    Celebrating the work of 17th Century poet anne Dudley bradstreet, who was the first woman to have Category Arts Literature Poetry Poets B...... States. anne bradstreet. anne bradstreet (16121672) is one of themost important figures in the history of American Literature.
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    A nne Bradstreet (1612-1672) is one of the most important figures in the history of American Literature. She is considered by many to be the first American poet, and her first collection of poems, "The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America, By a Gentlewoman of Those Parts", doesn't contain any of her best known poems, it was the first book written by a woman to be published in the United States. Mrs. Bradstreet's work also serves as a document of the struggles of a Puritan wife against the hardships of New England colonial life, and in some way is a testament to plight of the women of the age. Anne's life was a constant struggle, from her difficult adaptation to the rigors of the new land, to her constant battle with illness. It is clear to see that Anne's faith was exemplary, and so was her love for children and her husband, Governor Simon Bradstreet. Anne's poems were written mainly during the long periods of loneliness while Simon was away on political errands. Anne, who was a well educated woman, also spent much time with her children, reading to them and teaching them as her father had taught her when she was young. While it is rather easy for us to view Puritan ideology in a bad light because of it's attitude towards women and strict moral code, her indifference to material wealth, her humility and her spirituality, regardless of religion, made her into a positive, inspirational role model for any of us.

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    Early American and Colonial Period to 1776: Anne Bradstreet (c. 1612-1672)
    Index The first published book of poems by an American was also the first American book to be published by a woman Anne Bradstreet. It is not surprising that the book was published in England, given the lack of printing presses in the early years of the first American colonies. Born and educated in England, Anne Bradstreet was the daughter of an earl's estate manager. She emigrated with her family when she was 18. Her husband eventually became governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, which later grew into the great city of Boston. She preferred her long, religious poems on conventional subjects such as the seasons, but contemporary readers most enjoy the witty poems on subjects from daily life and her warm and loving poems to her husband and children. She was inspired by English metaphysical poetry, and her book The Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America (1650) shows the influence of Edmund Spenser, Philip Sidney, and other English poets as well. She often uses elaborate conceits or extended metaphors. "To My Dear and Loving Husband" (1678) uses the oriental imagery, love theme, and idea of comparison popular in Europe at the time, but gives these a pious meaning at the poem's conclusion:

    19. Ms. Fye's Resources - Anne Bradstreet
    General Information on anne bradstreet Born in England in 1612 Married Simon bradstreet in 1628 at the age of 16.
    General Information on Anne Bradstreet
    • Born in England in 1612
    • Married Simon Bradstreet in 1628 at the age of 16.
    • Moved to Boston (The New World) in 1630 with her husband and family (If you think its hard moving to a new home, city, or school imagine what it would be like to leave your home for a new, unsettled country!)
    • Considered by many to be the first American poet
    • One of the few published female writers at the time
    • Published two volumes of poetry:
      • First volume contained highly intellectual and abstract subjects. Her brother-in-law stole her manuscript and published it without her consent.
      • Second volume was published after several years in the New World. The subjects in this volume include her family, their home, and their faith.
    • Like the other members of the Puritan faith, Anne Bradstreet believed she should lead a life guided by the principles of Grace, Plainness, and Divine Mission.
    • In addition to this, Bradstreet tried to follow yet another Puritan practice, that of " weaned affections.
    • Weaned affections: Puritans believed that everyone should regard their earthly possessions as a mother from whom they must be weaned. (In other words, they believed they should not get attached to materiel objects.)
    • Many of her poems deal with domestic life and religious life

    Ms. Fye, 1996

    20. Index To Anne Bradstreet
    bradstreet, anne (16121672) The following reference books can be used to get both biographical and critical information about authors.
    Fire and Ice: Puritan and Reformed Writings
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    Index to the Poetry of Anne Bradstreet
    "A frontier is no friendly place for literary creation; yet within a year after landing with John Winthrop in Massachusetts, America's first English poet was writing, and the fruits of her pen from the next forty odd years remain with us today," according to Jeannine Hensley, the editor of her Works. Hensely goes on to say, "she was not a great poet, but her poetry has endured." It has endured because of the personal intensity and poignancy of her writings, borne out of hard experience and faith. Anne Bradstreet was born in 1612 to Thomas Dudley and raised in a prosperous, educated home. After marrying Simon Bradstreet, she sailed to New England on the Arbella , exchanging a life of relative comfort and culture for the wilderness of Cambridge. It would appear that she was converted in the midst of her new hardships of building a home, storing food, enduring sickness, and raising eight children. Her poetry is a combination of Sixteenth Century convention, her new-found faith, and her struggle for the survival of her family. She went to be with the Lord in 1672. These poems are taken from the Works of Anne Bradstreet edited by Jeannine Hensley and published by the Harvard University Press. I selected the poems which speak most particularly of the Puritan experience, however

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