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Unveiling the Dark Shadows: How Puritan Control Shaped Early American Literature

How Early American Literature Deals With Religion

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Question: write me an attention getter, as if an 3.9 GPA junior in high school student were writing it, about an argumentative essay about how in early American literature, the puritan religion controlled and manipulated the individuals who followed it.

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"Imagine living in a world where every breath you take, every thought you hold, every action you execute is meticulously scrutinized and judged not by a mortal court, but essentially by an omnipresent divine entity—infinite in its wrath, yet finite in its mercy. The Puritan religion wielded such omnipotent power over its followers' lives, deeply entrenched in early American Literature. Although it purports to promote sanctity and virtue, an in-depth analysis reveals an intricate network of control and manipulation, wielded by the very belief system entrusted to guide its adherents towards salvation."

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Oct. 29, 2023, 7:46 p.m.

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Published: Sunday, October 29, 2023

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