Critical analysis on ann bradstreet upon the burning of our house
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In the poem Upon the Burning of Our House , written by Anne Bradstreet, Bradstreet demonstrates many religious qualities, such as not loving her personal belongings.
Bradstreet trusts God completely. As shown in verses of her poem. In the quote "And to my God my heart did cry To strengthen me in my distress and not to leave me succor less." (lines 9-10) Even as her belongings perish in the flames, she seems to understand that God created everything and that he takes what he wants back. She seems not to care as if God will eventually make everything right.
Bradford seems to show some remor…
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