My Analysis on Phyllis Wheatley

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For example, in "On the Death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield", she wrote, "thy sermons in unequaled accents flowed, and every bosom with devotion glowed, thou didst in strains of eloquence refined inflame the heart, and captivate the mind" (pg. 368). With these stanzas, I immediately saw a preacher that touched several people's hearts with his sermons and it only made them more loving, caring, and open-minded...
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368). With these stanzas, I immediately saw a preacher that touched several people's hearts with his sermons and it only made them more loving, caring, and open-minded. It fascinated the congregation. His words were mesmerizing, hypnotizing, and enchanting to their ears, hearts, and souls. Then later on Wheatley says, "behold the prophet in his towering flight" (pg...
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