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Anne Bradstreet’s Notebook

Discovered in a New Haven junk shop in the late 1930s, poet Anne Bradstreet’s notebook contains aphoristic prose paragraphs dedicated to her son, Rev. Simon Bradstreet as well as notes by Simon Bradstreet made after his mother’s death in 1672, including his transcriptions of Bradstreet’s “To my dear children.” See the entire text digitized by Harvard University Libraries.

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