Compare and/or contrast the works of Phillis Wheatley and Anne Bradstreet. Both of these authors lived in a time when women did not have a strong voice. Additionally, slaves rarely received an education, let alone had the opportunity to speak by composing and publishing poetry. How do these authors shed light on the perspectives of women and slaves (in the case of Wheatley) in their literary periods? Include direct quotes from Wheatleys poetry and Bradstreets poetry for analysis and support.
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