William Bradford’s Of Plymouth Plantation. Anne Bradstreet’s “To My Dear and Loving Husband” and “Upon the Burning of Our House” Edward Taylor’s “Huswifery” Jonathan Edwards’s “Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”
What is the Puritan plain style of writing?
Puritan Plain Style, or in general, “Plain Style,” is a type of writing in which uncomplicated sentences and ordinary words are used to make simple, direct statements. This style was favored by those Puritans who wanted to express themselves clearly, in accordance with their religious beliefs.
What are the literary characteristics of Puritan age?
Literature of the Puritan Age was Characterised by a spirit of sombreness and pensiveness. In keeping with the religious ideals and political standards of the Puritans; religious verse, theological tracts and political treatises replaced romantic poetry.
What are the basic beliefs of Puritan?
- Judgmental God (rewards good/punishes evil)
- Predestination/Election (salvation or damnation was predetermined by God)
- Original Sin (humans are innately sinful, tainted by the sins of Adam & Eve; good can be accomplished only through hard work & self-discipline)
- God’s Grace.
Who is the greatest writer of Puritan period?
Prominent examples. John Milton (1608–1674), most famous for his epic poem “Paradise Lost” in 1667, was an English poet with religious beliefs emphasizing central Puritanical views.
Was John Calvin a Puritan?
Legacy. Calvin’s influence has persisted not only in the Reformed churches of France, Germany, Scotland, the Netherlands, and Hungary but also in the Church of England, where Calvin was long at least as highly regarded as among those Puritans who separated from the Anglican establishment.
What are five values of Puritanism?
Basic Puritan beliefs are summarized by the acronym T.U.L.I.P.: Total depravity, Unconditional election, Limited atonement, Irresistible grace and Perseverance of the saints.
Intro to Puritan Literature – YouTube
History of English Literature Eng402 Lecture 08 8 – YouTube
Colonialism/Puritanism – YouTube