A History of Nineteenth-Century American Women's Poetry by Jennifer Putzi,Alexandra Socarides

By Jennifer Putzi,Alexandra Socarides

A historical past of Nineteenth-Century American Women's Poetry is the 1st booklet to build a coherent heritage of the sector and concentration solely on women's poetry of the interval. With contributions from essentially the most well-known students of nineteenth-century American literature, it explores a wide selection of authors, texts, and methodological ways. geared up into 3 chronological sections, the essays research a number of genres of poetry, examine poems circulated in a variety of manuscript and print venues, and suggest other ways of narrating literary historical past. From those essays, a wealthy tale emerges a few varied poetics that was immensely well known yet has considering that been forgotten. This heritage confirms that the sphere has complicated a ways past the restoration of decide on person poets. will probably be a useful source for college students, academics, and critics of either the literature and the heritage of this era.

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