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Choose two authors from the early American and colonial period. identify what they wrote and, in one to three paragraphs, compare their purpose, audience, and style.

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  1. So what your telling me is they have been using this same BS for like 5 years even though none of the kids get it SMH. Just teach us better so we don’t have to struggle

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  2. i'm here in 2020 seeing the beauty of what has happened over 7 whole years, this is ART!

    also everyone after 2020, i hope u guys survived till 2021

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  3. stop snitching^

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  4. man so we all cheating ?

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  5. I'm just trying to get an answer to copy and reword and then this happens. this chain is hilarious smh.

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  6. this is exactly what i needed to see during a test. thank you all for making my day

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  7. I agree with spidy

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  8. I second the other English teacher. I will know if you're cheating because I am looking through your window.

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  9. this may or may not help y’all 🧍🏻‍♀️Tbh idk what I’m talking about 👁👁
    Robert Beverley:
    * another wealthy planter and author of The History and Present State of Virginia(1705, 1722)
    * he records the history of the Virginia colony in a humane and vigorous style.
    * he admired the Indians and remarked on the strange European superstitions about Virginia like the belief "that the country turns all people black who go there."

    Anne Bradstreet
    * The first American woman to first publish a book of poems.
    * Born and educated in England, Anne Bradstreet was the daughter of an earl's estate manager.
    * She became the wife of the governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, which later grew into the great city of Boston.
    * She preferred her long, religious poems on conventional subjects such as the seasons, but contemporary readers most enjoy the witty poems on subjects from daily life and her warm and loving poems to her husband and children.

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  10. to the people here after September of 2020, congratulations.

    this comment is added on to @shaggy wicks comment... that is all.

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  11. Bruh... I just read this entire chain and forgot what I was looking for. LOL XP

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  12. we all still here for the answers end of sep 2020 I'm cryingggg

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  13. bro can u just let me cheat

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  14. we still here after 7 years and never got an answer

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  15. was not expecting this when i looked it up but i ain’t complaining

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  16. we all out here cheating huh

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  17. Bruh are ya'll serious? No wonder I noticed a question that was trademarked from 2009 or 2012. I thought I was the only one stressing my out because I didn't understand the question. These questions always felt kind of boring and old fashioned for some reason. Like if they were from the years 2010-2015. Turns out I was right. The answer provided by "It be like that" can be found on the brainly website. I am going to start cheating because I am tired of stressing my out trying to understand the questions when all I have to do is search them up.

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  18. lol its lit

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  19. I just wanted a little help and I see this.

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  20. Seeing this is 2021 I am a Junior, and they're using this on CCA i'm dying for years coming i hope you get this it's been 3 weeks since i took the test and this was the last question and i've missed it on both of my revise i have taken.

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