The works of Anne Bradstreet
Rowlette, Jeannine Hensley
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A reliable text of the poetry of the first American poet has never before been established. Anne Bradstreet's works have survived the tides of critical opinion, high in her own century and low in the nineteenth, and have found a steady flow of approval in more recent years. Although she was not a great poet, she was a significant minor poet, and she deserves to be remembered for the aesthetic merit of her work, not for being the quaint Early American antique she is often considered to be. Perry Miller says that "every collection of American poetry must s alute the lyrics of Anne Bradstreet." To establish a reliable text of her works is the pur pose of this edition [TRUNCATED]
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RightsCopyright by EDITH JEANNINE HENSLEY ROWLETTE 1965.