A comparison of Anne Bradstreet and John Woolman, both New England writers.
New England writers shared the same beliefs, but how they chose to reveal them to the world varied. Anne Bradstreet and John Woolman were two such writers whom both had a strong belief in God, yet they did not have the same preaching techniques. Bradstreet wanted to share her love a God through her poetry where as Woolman shared his through word of mouth. Their different religious backgrounds played a part in how they acted. Bradstreet was a Puritan, who centered her writings on her domestic life, and she tried not to dwell on material things but sometimes she could not help herself.…
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