The works of Anne Bradstreet. Edited by Jeannine Hensley. Foreword by Adrienne Rich.

; Hensley, Jeannine, editor
Cambridge, Mass., Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1967.

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Other Authors Hensley, Jeannine,
Subjects Brackenridge, H. H. (Hugh Henry), 1748-1816.
Series John Harvard library.
Description xxxvii, 320 pages facsimile 22 cm.
Copyright Date 1967.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Contents To her most honoured father by A.B. -- Prologue -- Four elements -- Four humors in man's constitution -- Four ages of man -- Four seasons of the year -- Four monarchies -- Dialogue between old England and new : concerning their present troubles, anno, 1642 -- Elegy upon that honorable and renowned knight Sir Philip Sidney who was untimely slain at the siege of Zutphen, anno 1586 -- In honour of Du Bartas, 1641 -- In honour of that high and mighty Princess Queen Elizabeth of happy memory -- David's lamentation for Saul and Jonathan : II Sam. 1:19 -- To the memory of my dear and ever honoured father Thomas Dudley Esq. who deceased July 31, 1653, and of his age 77 -- Epitaph on my dear and ever-honoured mother Mrs. Dorothy Dudley, who deceased December 27, 1643, and of her age 61 -- Contemplations -- Flesh and the spirit -- Vanity of all worldly things -- Author to her book.
To my dear children -- Here follow several occasional meditations -- For deliverence from a fever -- From another sore fit -- Deliverance from a fit of fainting -- Meditations when my sould hath been refreshed with the consolations which the world knows not -- Upon my son Samuel his going for England Nov., 6, 1657 -- For the restoration of my dear husband from a burning ague, June 1, 1661 -- Upon my daughter Hannah Wiggin her recovery from a dangerous fever -- On my son's return out of England July 17, 1661 -- Upon my dear and loving husband his going into England Jan. 16, 1661 -- In my solitary hours in my dear husband his absence -- In thankful acknowledgment for the letters I received from my husband out of England -- In thankful remembrance for my dear husband's safe arrival Sept. 3, 1662 -- For my dear son Simon Bradstreet -- Meditations divine and moral -- Here follows some verses upon the burning of our house July 10th, 1666 : copied out of a loose paper -- As weary pilgrim.
Upon a fit of sickness, anno 1632 aetatis suae 19 -- Upon some distemper of body -- Before the birth of one of her children -- To my dear and loving husband -- Letter to her husband, absent upon public employment -- Another -- Another -- To her father with some verses -- in reference to her children : 23 June, 1659 -- In memory of my dear grandchild Elizabeth Bradstreet, who deceased August, 1665, being a year and half old -- In memory of my dear grandchild Anne Bradstreet who deceased June 20, 1669, being three years and seven months old -- On my dear grandchild Simon Bradstreet, who died on 16 November, 1669, being but a month and one day old -- To the memory of my dear daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mercy Bradstreet, who deceased Sept. 6, 1669, in the 28 year of her age.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)223215
(OCoLC)ocm00223215
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Bradstreet, Anne, 1612?-1672.
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