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Unformatted text preview: Bradfords Of Plymouth Plantation. In all three texts, the repeated message seems to be their strong belief that if they commit themselves to God and be of good courage, everything would resolve with time. Rowlandson expresses her belief by saying there is nothing too hard for God. What seems like a common goal in all three texts is the hope of a house that is furnished with love, and a town full of good Christian friends. Bradstreet was concerned about her home and family. She wasnt in good health, and suffered from fatigue. In hopes of pleasing her husband and family, she risked death by childbirth numerous times. But what we learn from her poems is that she tried to savor present day, instead of what was ahead. Bradstreets poem In Honour of that High and Mighty Princess, Queen ELIZABETH, expresses her feminism....
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