Literature (Bradstreet, Bradford, Smith, Taylor, Edwards)

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Anne Bradstreet 14:37 Questions from online reading 1. how would you describe Anne’s attitude toward worldly attachments and material  goods?      - She wrestles with her attraction to the things of this world and must constantly  remind herself to focus on her spiritual state. 2. Anne’s feelings for her husband are best described as       - passionate 3. when she writes about her grandchilds death, Anne most often      - affirms God’s right to take them and her belief that they have gone to heaven 4. to what kind of relationship does bradstreet liken her feelings for her book in the  author to her book      - a mother child relationship 5. bradstreets poem about her house records      - her resignation to losing it when it burned down 6. in her prologue and the author to her book, bradstreet adopts what attitude toward  her own published poetry      - she is self depreciating about her abilities 7. which of the following does bradstreet not make regular use of in her poetry      - reference to the new testament 
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John Smith Literature Character Conveyed
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John Smith Literature Adventurer Experienced, harsh and militaristic Leader Contentious Individualist made own decisions doesn’t obey government/political rules evident when he violated law by shooting Indians survival skills Propagandist he emphasized profit to recruit people to Jamestown Narrative Structure Dramatic Plot Repetitive and Hyperbolic Increase number of Indians Used Indians as shield Protagonist Leadership saves Jamestown Romantic Elements Love interest Pocahontas defends Smith
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John Smith Literature Exotic Elements Uses descriptions to depict Indians in a negative and strange way to capture interest of  people Rhetorical Elements 3 rd  Person narration is justified to glorify actions without sounding arrogant makes it seem like a historian is telling the truth Use of Allusions Bible Poetry from Classical Authors Makes him look sophisticated and educated  Dramatic Plot Danger, Romance, Suspense Exotic Imagery Narrative Voice: honest, realist, confident seems honest because he takes responsibility for actions and colony Literary Style Sardonic Tone Sophisticated writing style Classical Allusions
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John Smith Literature Exacting detail Saved Jamestown by demanding work “no work, no food” before the president took best food only gave rotten weat sarcastic tone smith takes responsibility John Smith 1) God only chose to save some people before he created the world 2) Irresistible Grace teaches that the saving grace of God is effectually applied to those  whom he has determined to save (the elect) and, in God's timing, overcomes their 
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course ECON 1011 taught by Professor Bob during the Spring '11 term at Bob Jones University.

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