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To My Dear and Loving Husband
To My Dear and Loving Husband
by Anne Bradstreet

To My Dear and Loving Husband: If two were ever one, it certainly isn't Bradstreet and me True or False

1. Why did Bradstreet write this poem? -> She wants to be Shakespeare
2. What does she compare her love to? -> Trying to stick to a diet
3. What figures do the first two lines allude to? -> Adam and Eve
4. What book did "To My Dear and Loving Husband" appear in? -> Where the Sidewalk Ends
5. What does Bradstreet's repetition of the word "ever" suggest about her? -> She is obsessed with thinking about long periods of time
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