Anne Bradstreet

The Fire, Air, Earth and water did contest Which was the strongest, noblest and the best, Who was of greatest use and might'est force, Four Elements

A Dialogue between Old England and New
A Letter to Her Husband, Absent upon Public Employment
A Love Letter to Her Husband
An Apology
Another -I-
Another -II-
Before the Birth of One of Her Children
By Night when Others Soundly Slept
Davids Lamentation for Saul and Jonathan
Deliverance from Another Sore Fit
Deliverance from a Fit of Fainting
Four Elements
Here Follow Several Occasional Meditations
In Honour of that High and Mighty Princess, Queen Elizabeth
In My Solitary Hours in My Dear Husband his Absence
In Reference to her Children
In Thankful Remembrance for My Dear Husband's Safe Arrival
In honour of Du Bartas
Meditations Divine and Moral
Of the Four Ages of Man
Of the four Humours in Mans Constitution
The Author to her Book
The Flesh and the Spirit
The Four Ages of Man
The four Monarchyes
The four Seasons of the Year
The Prologue
The Romane Monarchy
The Second Monarchy
The Third Monarchy
The Vanity of All Worldly Things
To Her Father with Some Verses
To my Dear and Loving Husband
Upon My Dear and Loving Husband his Going into England: Jan. 16, 1661
Upon Some Distemper of Body
Upon a Fit of Sickness
Verses upon the Burning of our House: July 18th, 1666
We May Live Together

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