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er of Boston.
Mrs. Susanna Rowson,
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II and VI. besides her plays and novels, wrote poems which unite sensibility and didacticism.
Her odes, hymns, elegies, nature lyrics, and songs show little observation of life or nature, and scarcely any distinctive American quality.
Of all these, the patriotic lyric America, Commerce, and Freedom, which is commonplace but not without spirit, alone has survived.
The Poems, Dramatic and Miscellaneous, of Mrs. Mercy Warren (1728-1814）
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II. include ponderous and solemn epistles and elegies that are merely belated echoes of Pope.
New York also had its woman poet in Mrs. Ann Eliza Bleecker (1752-1783), whose melancholy life is reflected in the tone of her sentimental elegies, epistles, descriptive poems, and religious lyrics, in the style of the English poets of the first half of the century.
Her daughter, Mrs. Margaretta Faugeres, who published her own poems with those of her mother in 1793, sh