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Essay heading: Early American Literature: Puritans Vs. Native Americans
 
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At the same time, external events, such as the burning of her house, contain messages from God. This poem is a testimony to Bradstreet's revelation, the belief that God reveals His purpose by means of divine intervention through natural events. Through this one event, the fire, God is able to prove to Bradstreet that His "heavenly home" is more important than her "material home" and that "material goods" are not found on Earth, but in Heaven, which consequently leads her on the road to salvation...
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Through this one event, the fire, God is able to prove to Bradstreet that His "heavenly home" is more important than her "material home" and that "material goods" are not found on Earth, but in Heaven, which consequently leads her on the road to salvation. On the other hand, Puritan literature does not simply focus on the crossing of the spiritual and physical worlds...
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Early relationships with Native Americans   Events Leading To The American Rev.   Events leading to the American Revolution   native americans vs puritans   Anne Bradstreet'S Verses Upon The Burning Of Our House   How Bernard Malamuds, The Natural, uses Style to potray Historical events in his era   In looking for Alibrandi, several events occur during Josephine's final year at school. What are they and how do these events bring about change in Josephine?   Native Americans vs. Early Europeans   The characters and events of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe have symbolic similarities to events described in the Bible.   Was the Irish Civil War a ?natural' conclusion to the events of previous years?   what changed in French society as a result of the early events of the revolution?   Early American Literature: Puritans Vs. Native Americans   Events Leading To The American Rev.   Events Leading To The American Revolution   Events Leading To The American Revolution  
 
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