Early American Literature: Puritans Vs. Native Americans

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Bradstreet's first reaction is to lament over the fact that her house has burned down and all of her possessions have been devastated. After some thought however, Bradstreet realizes that it was originally God who provided her with these material assets in the first place, and it was therefore just of Him to rid her of them, especially if He believed that she was becoming too centered around the material world in which the Puritans had fled from...
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In the end, in spite of her initial grieving, Bradstreet realizes that it is necessary that she focus on obtaining salvation in the eyes of God and that it is God's heavenly home that is important, rather than the house whose ashes lie before her. Ultimately, it is Bradstreet's belief that God will protect and provide for her as a result of the Covenant that allows her to dismiss the paltry gloom she possesses at the loss of her home...
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