Anne Bradstreet's poems were greatly influenced by which aspects of her upbringing? 1. her education 11. her religion III. her father A land Il B. II and III C. and Ill D. I, II, and III
I and II
Explanation: The correct answer is option A.
Anne Bradstreet's poems were greatly influenced by her education and her religion.
Anne Bradstreet was born Anne Dudley in 1612 in Northampton shire, England. She became one of the first poets to write English verse in the American colonies.
Anne Bradstreet was a devout Puritan and she often wrote about it in her poetry. She talked about the Puritan views on salvation and redemption in her poetry.
She was well educated with a degree in English literature which can be understood by reading her poems in detail.
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A. I and II
Anne Bradstreet's poems were greatly influenced by her education and her belief in religion. The major themes of the poetry covered her feelings and her role as a mother, the hardships she faced in her life and her faith in religion. Her education provided her a way to write about various topics. SHe covered the topic of history, politics, theology, and medicine in her writings. Her belief in religion can be observed in many of her poems. She has written several religious poems.
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Her education and religious beliefs
Two aspects of Anne Bradstreet's life that greatly influenced her poetry were her education and her religious beliefs. In the case of her education, Bradstreet was well-versed in English literature. This allowed her to draw inspiration from several English authors. On the other hand, Bradstreet was extremely influenced by her religious beliefs. Bradstreet was raised in a Puritan community, and many of her poems deal with the subject of God and living a Christian life.
I believe the answer is b
I think the correct answer from the choices listed above is option B. Anne Bradstreet's poems were greatly influenced by her religion and her father. She was an avowed Puritan, and her poems almost always evoke God, and her faith. Her upbringing was largely influenced by her father's position.
The answer is her A. religion and education.