Anne Bradstreet

(1612 – 16 September 1672 / Northampton, England)

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Visitors of the poet

Number of visitors of the poet’s mainpage in PoemHunter.Com

Attention : Numbers in this table does not indicate the total hits of poems of the poet, but indicates the hits of the poet’s main page.

Date Hits
07/22/2014 Tuesday 322
83%
07/21/2014 Monday 252
65%
07/20/2014 Sunday 229
59%
07/19/2014 Saturday 134
34%
07/18/2014 Friday 125
32%
07/17/2014 Thursday 171
44%
07/16/2014 Wednesday 240
62%
07/15/2014 Tuesday 178
46%
07/14/2014 Monday 218
56%
07/13/2014 Sunday 209
54%
07/12/2014 Saturday 197
51%
07/11/2014 Friday 225
58%
07/10/2014 Thursday 230
59%
07/09/2014 Wednesday 263
68%
07/08/2014 Tuesday 199
51%
07/07/2014 Monday 384
100%
07/06/2014 Sunday 336
87%
07/05/2014 Saturday 196
51%
07/04/2014 Friday 214
55%
07/03/2014 Thursday 230
59%

Reader rating & num.of MyPoemList’s

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# Poem Title Submit Date Reader Rating Num.of MyPoemList’s
Rating Num.R.
1 The Third Monarchy, being the Grecian, beginning under Alexander the Great in the 112. Olympiad. 04/02/2010 5.5 34 1
2 To her most Honoured Father Thomas Dudley Esq; these humbly presented. 04/02/2010 5.6 30 1
3 To my Dear Children. 04/02/2010 5.2 27 1
4 To the Memory of my dear and ever honoured Father Thomas Dudley Esq; Who deceased, July 31. 1653. an 04/02/2010 5.3 27 1
5 To the memory of my dear Daughter in Law, Mrs. Mercy Bradstreet, who deceased Sept. 6. 1669. in the 04/02/2010 5.1 27 1
6 Upon my Daughter Hannah Wiggin her recouery from a dangerous feaver. 04/02/2010 5.8 31 1
7 Upon my Son Samuel his goeing for England, Novem. 6, 1657. 04/02/2010 5.0 30 1
8 What God is like to him I serve 04/02/2010 5.2 28 1
9 On my dear Grand-child Simon Bradstreet, Who dyed on 16. Novemb. 1669. being but a moneth, and one d 04/02/2010 5.6 13 1
10 On My Son's Return Out Of England, July 17, 1661. 04/02/2010 5.1 13 1
11 The Four Elements. 04/02/2010 5.1 23 1
12 The four Monarchyes, the Assyrian being the first, beginning under Nimrod, 131. Years after the Floo 04/02/2010 5.8 13 1
13 The four Seasons of the Year. 04/02/2010 5.4 12 2
14 The Romane Monarchy, being the fourth and last, beginningAnno Mundi , 3213. 04/02/2010 5.4 21 1
15 The Second Monarchy, being the Persian, began underCyrus, Darius being his Uncle and Father-in-la 04/02/2010 -- 0 0
16 Davids Lamentation for Saul and Jonathan. 04/02/2010 5.5 72 1
17 For Deliverance from a feaver. 04/02/2010 5.8 38 2
18 For the restoration of my dear Husband from a burning Ague, June, 1661. 04/02/2010 5.6 49 2
19 In Thankful Remembrance for My Dear Husband's Safe Arrival 04/02/2010 5.1 16 1
20 My thankfull heart with glorying Tongue 04/02/2010 5.3 42 1
21 My thankfull heart with glorying Tongue 04/02/2010 5.7 14 1
22 Of the four Humours in Mans Constitution. 04/02/2010 5.4 21 1
23 An Apology 04/02/2010 5.3 50 1
24 An EPITAPH On my dear and ever honoured Mother Mrs. Dorothy Dudley, who deceased Decemb. 27. 1643. a 04/02/2010 5.5 45 1
25 As spring the winter doth succeed 04/02/2010 5.6 88 2
26 As weary pilgrim, now at rest 04/02/2010 5.6 83 1
27 Childhood 04/02/2010 5.2 49 1
28 Upon a Fit of Sickness 01/03/2003 5.6 27 8
29 The Prologue 01/03/2003 4.8 24 10
30 The Vanity of All Worldly Things 01/03/2003 5.6 37 15
31 Here Follows Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House 01/03/2003 5.0 63 17
32 In Reference to Her Children 01/03/2003 5.5 18 23
33 In Thankful Remembrance for My Dear Husband's Safe Arrival 01/03/2003 4.4 21 8
34 In My Solitary Hours in My Dear Husband his Absence 01/03/2003 4.3 24 12
35 Vanity of All Worldly Things, The 12/31/2002 5.4 27 7
36 A Love Letter to Her Husband 12/31/2002 4.8 44 25
37 Deliverance from Another Sore Fit 12/31/2002 5.5 38 6
38 Epitaphs 12/31/2002 4.9 45 8
39 Here Follow Several Occasional Meditations 12/31/2002 5.2 75 8
40 We May Live Together 12/31/2002 6.3 45 22
41 In Thankful Remembrance for My Dear Husband's Safe Arrival Sept 3, 1662 12/31/2002 4.9 19 4
42 Upon My Dear and Loving Husband his Going into England Jan. 16, 1661 12/31/2002 5.5 35 5
43 Spirit 12/31/2002 4.9 14 10
44 Deliverance from a Fit of Fainting 12/31/2002 4.9 123 6
45 Meditations Divine and Moral 12/31/2002 4.7 18 12
46 A Letter to Her Husband 12/31/2002 6.2 44 25
47 Author to her Book, The 12/31/2002 5.5 153 22
48 Flesh and the Spirit, The 12/31/2002 4.5 65 17
49 Of the Four Ages of Man 12/31/2002 5.8 59 23
50 Upon a Fit of Sickness,Anno 1632 Aetatis Suae, 19 12/31/2002 5.3 34 2
51 The Prologue 12/31/2002 5.5 22 9
52 Verses upon the Burning of our House, July 18th, 1666 05/10/2001 6.8 48 25
53 Upon Some Distemper of Body 05/10/2001 5.9 35 5
54 To my Dear and Loving Husband 05/10/2001 6.6 46 95
55 To Her Father with Some Verses 05/10/2001 5.7 30 7
56 The Four Ages of Man 05/10/2001 5.0 14 7
57 The Flesh and the Spirit 05/10/2001 5.0 14 12
58 The Author to her Book 05/10/2001 5.3 28 17
59 The Prologue 05/10/2001 5.7 17 6
60 In Reference to her Children 05/10/2001 6.1 76 25
61 In Honour of that High and Mighty Princess, Queen ELIZABETH 05/10/2001 5.3 50 7
62 Contemplations 05/10/2001 5.2 67 19
63 By Night when Others Soundly Slept 05/10/2001 5.5 51 18
64 Another (II) 05/10/2001 5.3 43 9
65 Another 05/10/2001 4.7 46 14
66 A Letter to Her Husband, Absent upon Public Employment 05/10/2001 4.9 41 17
67 A Dialogue between Old England and New 05/10/2001 5.3 49 7
68 Before the Birth of One of Her Children 05/10/2001 6.0 60 26
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