I need help on finishing an essay, with the help of a tutor of course, on one of Anne Bradstreet's poems, "upon
the burning of our house". The instructions are "Analyze the poem and explain how it expresses one or more commonly-held Puritan beliefs." I am having a writers block I suppose
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