Anne Bradstreet's Upon The Burning Of Our House

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The puritans were a faithful and religious type of people. They always believed that things that happen to them happen for a reason by God. Studying several author’s works from a single time period enables readers to have a better understanding of their way of life. Even though Anne Bradstreet and Jonathan Edwards (sermon) were both puritans, their distinctive writings and persuasive tactics differ greatly.
In Anne Bradstreet’s poem “Upon the Burning of our House” accured on July 10, 1666, it discusses how symbolical and emotional she was because of the destruction of her own house. She still has faith though because she is not going to dwell on the things she has in this world but what she will get back in return in the next life. For example
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