How Puritan Anne describes the burning of her house in her famous poem?

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Next, Anne starts to have flashbacks of her house before it burned down. It is in here when we see her longing for the things she has lost which is something that goes against Puritan faith because Puritans are not supposed to get attached to the earthly things. In the fifth stanza, we can see how the tone of the poem is more negative. The first four lines of this stanza start with a “No” or “Nor” and describe the different things she will no longer be able to do in her house. This literary device is called anaphora (repetition of words at the beginning of successive verses). The feeling of sorrow that Bradstreet portrays in here makes the reader understand her situation better and empathize with her. She concludes this stanza...
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