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Answer the questions below on The Scarlet Letter and "In Reference to Her Children." Be sure to write your answers in complete sentences. Identify and explain an emotion that Bradstreet expresses in her poem that any mother might have. Read Bradstreet's biography. List two hardships she endured throughout her life. Then, in at least two sentences, explain how these hardships might have influenced her poem "In Reference to Her Children." Figurative language is an important element in poetry. Taking tone and style into consideration provide a simile that could be inserted in Bradstreet's poem

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    what have you written up so far?

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    The way your post is worded, it could be interpreted as you trying to find someone to do the work for you .... which is not what this site is about.

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    ↑ ↑ ↑

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