Needing help with homework please!

Needing help with homework please!

Each response should be about 250 words or more. However, I am looking more for a polished, quality response than anything else. If you have any questions, please just let me know.

For each answer, please remember to respond accordingly:

–Use the words of the question in your response.

–Use your mind, not your feelings.

–If the question has a quotation, focus on it.

–If the question does not have a quotation, find an appropriate one and focus on it instead.

–Always, always stay focused and stay textual.

  1. In Anne Bradstreet’s poem, “The Prologue,” she writes:

I am obnoxious to each carping tongue

Who says my hand a needle fits

A poet’s pen all scorn I should thus wrong

For such despite they cast on female wits:

If what I do prove well, it won’t advance,

They’ll say it’s stol’n, or else it was by chance.

In the context of this poem and the other poems we read, what exactly do you think Bradstreet means here?

In the context of her religious situation, what does this poem say about her audience?

  1. Find a specific passage in Mary Rowlandson’s A Narrative of the Captivity and Restorationthat exemplifies her attitude toward her captives and her religious faith. Then, write it into this exam and explain why it exemplifies her attitude.
  1. In this course thus far, we have looked at how the Puritans put a definitive stamp on the moral, religious, and intellectual character of this nation. In that context, how does Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher” either explain those Puritan origins or how does it demonstrate a rebellion against those origins.
  1. In the context of our readings thus far, how is Hester Prynne a uniquely American heroine? Please remember to be very specific and very textual in your response.



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A Perspective on Puritan Religious Practice.

The ignorance of the Puritans to the suffering of women remains a key theme in most documentations on the religion. Although the colony was based on Christian principles it remains imperative to indicate that women like Anne Bradstreet were legally inferior compared to their men counterparts. This assertion can be drawn for the intonation and mood in Anne Bradstreet’s Prologue poem. Additionally, despite the fact that the poem narrates on the relevance of having a mentor to the prowess of the poet, key elements include the position and authority of women in the Puritan society.

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