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Puritan Plain Style. Puritanism = Unit One. Puritans Going to Church. Consider these characteristics…Puritan Plain Style. Short words Direct statements References to everyday ordinary objects. Consider this…modern advertisers still use these characteristics when they sell to you… How?

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consider these characteristics puritan plain style
Consider these characteristics…Puritan Plain Style
  • Short words
  • Direct statements
  • References to everyday ordinary objects.
  • Consider this…modern advertisers still use these characteristics when they sell to you…
    • How?
    • Why?
apply these characteristics to these commercials
Apply these characteristics to these commercials…
  • http://www.nike.com/nikesoccer/justdoit/spot/video.html
  • http://www.justdoit.com/g1/na/usa/index.jhtml?ref=global_home
  • Short words
  • Direct statements
  • References to everyday ordinary objects
objectives
Objectives
  • Describe everyday life in Puritan America.
  • Be able to define Puritan Plain Style.
  • Be able to locate textual examples of Puritan Plain Style in Puritan poetry and in a sermon.
  • Be able to identify elements of Puritanism/Puritan Plain Style in modern magazines.
k w l
K-W-L
  • What do you know about the Puritans?
    • Preview pages in book 14-15.
    • Jot down what you already know.
  • What do you suppose we will want to know about the Puritans?
    • Ask questions.
    • Create “I wonder…” statements.
  • What did we learn?
    • Record answers to questions.
    • Record important facts and descriptions.
    • Read pages in book, do Internet research, and finish K-W-L.
puritan belief system
Puritan Belief System
  • 1. Human beings exist for the glory of God.
  • 2. The Bible is the sole expression of God’s will and should be taken literally.
  • 3. The Puritans believed in predestination = God has already decided who will achieve salvation and who will not. This is determined at the time of your birth.
  • 4. All devout Puritans searched their souls with great rigor and frequency for signs of grace (Grace, as defined by American Heritage Dictionary, is 1) divine love and protection bestowed freely on people)
puritan belief system1
Puritan Belief System
  • 1. It is only through God’s grace that human beings can be saved from damnation.
  • 2. The Puritans felt that they could accomplish good only through continual hard work and self-discipline.
  • 3. God is an absolute ruler who is merciless, angry, and revengeful.
  • 4. God intervenes in one’s daily life. This doctrine is known as providence.
  • 5. Human beings are born in original sin. Of themselves, they are totally depraved and deserve nothing less than the damnation of Hellfire.
monitor comprehension
Monitor Comprehension
  • As we read these poems from the Puritan culture, find textual examples of the characteristics of Puritan Plain Style
  • Its characteristics, according to Mrs. Hansen, are:
    • Short words.
    • Direct statements.
    • References to everyday, ordinary objects
slide11
LOVE
  • Think of your favorite sappy love song.
  • “Every Woman in the World to Me”
  • “If ever two were one, then surely we.”
  • Read biography of Anne Bradstreet on page 89.
  • “To My Dear and Loving Husband”
to my dear and loving husband
“To My Dear and Loving Husband”
  • If ever two were one, then surely we.
  • If ever man were lov’d by wife, then thee;
  • If ever wife was happy in a man,
  • Compare with me ye women if you can.
second stanza
Second Stanza
  • I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold,
  • Or all the riches that the East doth hold.
  • My love is such that rivers cannot quench,
  • Nor ought but love from thee give recompense.
  • They love is such I can no way repay.
third stanza
Third Stanza
  • The heavens reward thee manifold, I pray.
  • Then while we live, in love let’s so persevere,
  • That when we live no more, we may live ever.
puritan plain style1
Puritan Plain Style
  • See poem on page 92.
  • Pair Share: How does this poem reflect Puritanism? How does it go against Puritanism?
  • Pair Share: Find an example of each…
    • Short words.
    • Direct statements.
    • References to everyday, ordinary objects.
puritan plain style2
Puritan Plain Style
  • Short words?
    • I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold…
  • Direct statements?
    • If ever two were one, then surely we.
    • The heavens reward thee manifold, I pray.
  • References to ordinary, everyday objects?
    • My love is such that rivers cannot quench…
upon the burning of our house
“Upon the Burning of Our House”
  • http://www.annebradstreet.com/verses_upon_the_burning_of_our_house.htm
  • Page 91
    • Short words
    • Direct statements
    • References to everyday ordinary objects
huswifery
“Huswifery”
  • The poem we are about to read is an extended metaphor expressing the poet’s deep belief in God and in God’s presence in all parts of daily life.
  • “Huswifery” compares the housekeeping task of making clothe with the gift of God’s salvation.
  • The poem is like a prayer imploring God to guide the speaker, as a worker masters his tools, to do his bidding.
  • Taylor wants to live a modest life, to act according to God’s laws, and to submit to God’s will; by so doing he hopes to achieve eternal glory.
huswifery1
“Huswifery”
  • Make me, O Lord, Thy spinning wheel complete.
  • Thy holy word my distaff make for me.
  • Make mine affections Thy swift flyers neat
  • And make my soul Thy holy spoole to be.
  • My conversation make to be Thy reel
  • And reel the yarn thereon spun of Thy wheel.
second stanza1
Second Stanza
  • Make me Thy loom then, knit therein this twine:
  • And make thy holy spirit, Lord, wind quills:
  • Then weave the web Thyself. The yarn is fine.
  • Thine ordinances make my fulling mills.
  • Then dye the same in heavenly colors choice.
  • All pinked with varnished flowers of paradise.
third stanza1
Third Stanza
  • Then clothe therewith mine understanding, will,
  • Affections, judgment, conscience, memory
  • My words, and actions, that their shine may fill
  • My ways with glory and thee glorify.
  • Then mine apparel shall display before Ye
  • That I am clothed in holy robes for glory.
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Puritan Plain Style
  • See poem on page 93.
  • How does this poem reflect Puritanism? Does it go against Puritanism?
  • Find an example of each:
    • Short words.
    • Direct statements.
    • References to everyday, ordinary objects.
puritan plain style4
Puritan Plain Style
  • Short words
    • Make me, O Lord, Thy spinning wheel complete.
  • Direct statements
    • Make me Thy loom then…
  • References to everyday, ordinary objects
    • Spinning wheel
    • Loom
from sinners in the hands of an angry god 95
“from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God” (95)
  • Predict style:
    • What will a typical Puritan sermon sound like?
    • What will the content include?
    • Will we find Puritan Plain Style in the spoken words of a minister?
  • Read orally
    • Record content.
    • Record examples of Puritan Plain Style.
homework
Homework
  • Finish reading “from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God”
  • QUIZ