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Tradition and the poetics of self in nineteenth-century women"s poetry

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Published by Rodopi in Amsterdam, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Autobiography in literature,
  • Women poets, English -- 19th century,
  • Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.),
  • Women and literature -- History -- 19th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    Statementedited by Barbara Garlick
    SeriesCosterus -- new ser., [v.] 140
    ContributionsGarlick, Barbara
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 199 p. ;
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17062332M
    ISBN 109042013001

    women writing in a newly emerging, self-conscious female poetic tradition that affirms and celebrates women's lives. Also these poets share an attentiveness to the problematics of poetic language, its ability to mystify rather than clarify, and its potential to modulate meanings for .   Free Online Library: The Poetics of the Working Classes. by "Victorian Poetry"; Literature, writing, book reviews Ballads Criticism and interpretation Dialect literature 19th century AD English literature, (Victorian age) Victorian period literature, Working class.

    Toward a Feminist Poetics by Elaine Showalter Elaine Showalter’s feminist criticism is a clearly articulated feminist literary theory. Showalter has proposed a separate and independent model of feminist literary theory by rejecting the inevitability of male models and theories and by recalling the history of women’s writing to the present. Perhaps, but that implies the ideal of leadership, which is a problematic holdover from centuries of male domination. The black poetic tradition is defined, to a large extent, by the accomplishments of black women, accomplishments that never came to black men. Phyllis Wheatley published the first book. Gwendolyn Brooks received the first Pulitzer.

    A History of Nineteenth Century American Women s Poetry Book Summary: A History of Nineteenth-Century American Women's Poetry is the first book to construct a coherent history of the field and focus entirely on women's poetry of the period. With contributions from some of the most prominent scholars of nineteenth-century American literature, it explores a wide variety of authors, texts, and. This book revisits British Romanticism as a poetics of heightened attention. At the turn of the nineteenth century, as Britain was on the alert for a possible French invasion, attention became a phenomenon of widespread interest, one that aligned and distinguished an unusual range of fields (including medicine, aesthetics, theology, ethics, pedagogy, and politics).


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It takes as its prime aim the reading of neglected poetry, principally by women, which qualifies as. This book revisits British Romanticism as a poetics of heightened attention. At the turn of the nineteenth century, as Britain was on the alert for a possible French invasion, attention became a phenomenon of widespread interest, one that aligned and distinguished an unusual range of fields (including medicine, aesthetics, theology, ethics, pedagogy, and politics).

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This illuminating account provides valuable new insights for scholars of American literature and women's writing. Poetry, therefore, is a more philosophical and a higher thing than history: for poetry tends to express the universal, history the particular.

By the universal, I mean how a person of a certain type will on occasion speak or act, according to the law of probability or necessity; and it is this universality at which poetry aims in the names she.as epitomizing the nineteenth-century genteel poetic.

However, at the same time, there is also something politically urgent and incendiary about her suffrage verse, which prompts comparison to newspaper poets such as Anna Louise Strong and propagandist-poets like Arturo Giovannitti, whom Harrington examines in The Social Form of Public Poetry.Myra Jehlen's warning that feminist critics "have been, perhaps, too successful in constructing an alternative footing" so that "our female intellectual community becomes increasingly cut off even as it expands" remains trenchant particularly for the study of nineteenth-century women's poetry.

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