Here it is folks: your online gateway to all things Anne Bradstreet.
Don’t want to read an entire book? Try a very brief biography of Bradstreet here.
Read twentieth-century poet John Berryman’s long poem about Bradstreet here.
Here’s a page that gives an overview of the Puritans in New England.
Check out this short video of a professor reading and discussing the poem.
…check out a professor’s presentation on Bradstreet and her poem.
Check out one read interpretation.
From one poet to another…
Check out a painting of Bradstreet looking very, very serious.
Here’s a picture of the original title page for The Tenth Muse.
This headstone is really more of a monument than anything else because nobody is exactly sure where Bradstreet’s bones are.
Here’s the manuscript version of a poem Bradstreet wrote for her son.
This is a fascinating read—too bad you can’t read all of it.
Not into the digital book thing? Get one of these instead.
Learn all you ever wanted to know about AB right here.