Anne Bradstreet dazzling poem The Prologue, describes how being a woman in the Puritan society is demeaning. She uses a meek sound to declare that men are superior to women by asserting, “Men can do best, and women know it well.” Bradstreet accepts that gender inequality is an accepted norm as women responsibility is only to remain in the house. She gently agrees that, as a woman she has no power “A Bartas can do what a Bartas will, But simple I according to my skill” but a man can do whatever he likes. She changes tactics and advocates for the recognition of women potential in the society. Bradstreet asserts, “Yet grant some small acknowledgement of ours” to call for the appreciation of the work that women accomplish.Phyllis Wheatley in the Letter to Samson Occom, comes out forcefully to demand an end to the discrimination against the black people. Phyllis felt that the natural rights of freedom should apply to everyone whether black or white. She writes, “in every human breast God has implanted a principle, which we call love of freedom” to declare that people are born free. She criticized the American people for denying African American freedom while they were also fighting against the British rule. Her resolve, “How well the Cry for Liberty, and the reverse Disposition for the Exercise of oppressive Power over others agree” is that the American people are hypocrites.Wheatley and Bradstreet both agree that inequality exists in the society.
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