Anne Bradstreet was one of the most renowned English poets of Colonial North America. She was the first female writer during the Imperialism Era across the Atlantic. Bradstreet exhibited her Puritan views in her writing, in an effort to purify the Americans against the Catholic practices of the Church and advertently glorifying the English Protestant culture. Majority of her poetic and personal work were released posthumously. Influenced by the works of Du Bartas, she augmented her unique style of poetry where she plays the pivotal role of mother, describing the toils of everyday life. Her famous works include collections such as ‘The Prologue’, ‘The Author to Her Book’, ‘Before the Birth of One of Her Children’ and ‘Contemplations’. Along with her writing, Bradstreet’s thoughts and sayings also propagated Puritan views which condemned male chauvinism. She believed that women were not confined only to household chores and that in no way are inferior to men. Take a look at some of the most enlightening quotes and sayings from one of the most respected female authors. Her quotes cover issues pertaining to gender bias, male chauvinism, mortality, equality, freedom, tyranny, life, death, love, grief, sufferings and many more.