To My Husband and Other Poems
From America's first poet -- a splendid selection of poems encompassing everything from lyric verses addressed to her husband and children to somber epitaphs on the deaths of her mother, father, and grandchildren. Poems grouped according to category (love, home life, religious meditations, dialogues, and lamentations). Of great literary value, these works also shed light on the cares, concerns and roles of colonial women.
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Review: To My Husband and Other PoemsUser Review - Nat Bond - Goodreads
Beautiful imagery ... difficult language. Requires a strong understanding of British history. Read full review
Review: To My Husband and Other PoemsUser Review - Lynne - Goodreads
A lovely and fascinating book of poems written by my 10th-great-grandmother! I was impressed by the variety of topics she explores, and the depth of her philosophy/theology, particularly given the era ... Read full review
ENGL 4040, Schedule (Spring 2001)
Anne Bradstreet, "A Dialogue Between Old England and New; Concerning Their Present Troubles, Anno 1642," To My Husband and Other Poems, 52-61. ...
core.ecu.edu/ engl/ shieldse/ 4040/ Sprg2001/ Schedule.htm
Professor Kathleen Clark
Anne Bradstreet, To My Husband and Other Poems. Susannah Rowson, Charlotte Temple. Phillis Wheatley, Complete Writings. Benita Eisler, The Lowell Offering ...
www.uga.edu/ history/ syllabi_pdf/ HIST_3085_clarkk_0806.pdf