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Shakespeare's sisters : feminist essays on women poets / edited, with an introduction by Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar.

; Gubar, Susan, 1944-
Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [1979] .
ISBN 0253112583

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Other Authors Gilbert, Sandra M.
Gubar, Susan, 1944-
Subjects American poetry -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
American poetry -- Women authors.
Aufsatzsammlung.
England.
Englisch.
English poetry -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
English poetry -- Women authors.
English-speaking countries.
Écrits de femmes américains -- Histoire et critique.
Écrits de femmes anglais -- Histoire et critique.
Feminism and literature -- English-speaking countries.
Feminism and literature.
Feminist literary criticism.
Feminist poetry, American -- History and criticism.
Feminist poetry, American.
Feminist poetry, English -- History and criticism.
Feminist poetry, English.
Féminisme et littérature.
Frauenlyrik.
Geschichte.
Lyrikerin.
Women and literature -- English-speaking countries.
Women and literature.
Description xxvi, 337 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date [1979]
©1979
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-314).
Also issued online.
Contents Introduction: Gender, creativity, and the woman poet / Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar -- 1. "A lonesome glee" -poets before 1800: Jane Lead: mysticism and the woman cloathed with the sun / Catherine F. Smith -- Anne Bradstreet's poetry: a study of subversive piety / Wendy Martin -- Anne Finch, Countess of Winchilsea: an Augustan woman poet / Katharine Rogers -- 2. "Titanic opera" -nineteenth-century poets: This changeful life: Emily Brontë's anti-romance / Nina Auerbach -- Working into light: Elizabeth Barrett Browning / Helen Cooper -- Christina Rossetti: the inward pose / Dolores Rosenblum -- Vesuvius at home: the power of Emily Dickinson / Adrienne Rich -- Emily Dickinson and the deerslayer: the dilemma of the woman poet in America / Albert Gelpi -- Armored women, naked men: Dickinson, Whitman, and their successors / Terence Diggory -- 3. "The silver reticence" -modernists: The art of silence and the forms of women's poetry / Jeanne Kammer -- Afro-American women poets: a bio-critical survey / Gloria T. Hull -- Edna St. Vincent Millay and the language of vulnerability / Jane Stanbrough -- The echoing spell of H.D.'s Trilogy / Susan Gubar -- 4. "The difference -made me bold" -contemporary poets: May Swenson and the shapes of speculation / Alicia Ostriker -- Gwendolyn the terrible: propositions on eleven poems / Hortense J. Spillers -- A fine, white flying myth: the life/work of Sylvia Plath / Sandra M. Gilbert -- Seeking the exit or the home: poetry and salvation in the career of Anne Sexton / Suzanne Juhasz -- A common language: the American woman poet / Barbara Charelesworth Gelpi -- The critique of consciousness and myth in Levertov, Rich, and Rukeyser / Rachel Blau Duplessis.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Geographic Area United States
Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4195229
(OCoLC)ocm04195229
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