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The Resource Women's poetry, Jo Gill

Women's poetry, Jo Gill

Label
Women's poetry
Title
Women's poetry
Statement of responsibility
Jo Gill
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
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1965-
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Gill, Jo
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Edinburgh critical guides to literature
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  • English poetry
  • American poetry
  • Poetry
Label
Women's poetry, Jo Gill
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [209]-223) and index
Contents
Introduction; A Feminist Framework; Critical Perspectives; Anthologies; Readers and Writers; Androgyny; Chapter 1: Self-Reflexivity; Poetic Daring; Poetic Inspiration; Poetic Relationships; Poetic Form; A Theory of Self-Reflexivity; Chapter 2: Performance; Self Exposure; Theatrics; Role-Play; Slam Poetry; Chapter 3: Private Voices; Separate Spheres; The Lyric; Poetic Convention; Privacy in History; 'I could not find a privacy': Emily Dickinson; Chapter 4: Embodied Language; Objects / Subjects; Writing the Body; Desire: Christina Rossetti; Creativity and Femininity; Chapter 5: Public Speech; Authority; The Romantic Movement; Oppression; War; Speech; Chapter 6: Poetry and Place; Borders; Borderland Britain; Specificities of Place: Elizabeth Bishop; Chapter 7: Experimentation and Form; Mythology and Fairytale; Modernist Experimentation: Marianne Moore; Contemporary Avant-Garde Poetics
Control code
ocn144596377
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 231 p.
Isbn
9780748623051
Label
Women's poetry, Jo Gill
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [209]-223) and index
Contents
Introduction; A Feminist Framework; Critical Perspectives; Anthologies; Readers and Writers; Androgyny; Chapter 1: Self-Reflexivity; Poetic Daring; Poetic Inspiration; Poetic Relationships; Poetic Form; A Theory of Self-Reflexivity; Chapter 2: Performance; Self Exposure; Theatrics; Role-Play; Slam Poetry; Chapter 3: Private Voices; Separate Spheres; The Lyric; Poetic Convention; Privacy in History; 'I could not find a privacy': Emily Dickinson; Chapter 4: Embodied Language; Objects / Subjects; Writing the Body; Desire: Christina Rossetti; Creativity and Femininity; Chapter 5: Public Speech; Authority; The Romantic Movement; Oppression; War; Speech; Chapter 6: Poetry and Place; Borders; Borderland Britain; Specificities of Place: Elizabeth Bishop; Chapter 7: Experimentation and Form; Mythology and Fairytale; Modernist Experimentation: Marianne Moore; Contemporary Avant-Garde Poetics
Control code
ocn144596377
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xvi, 231 p.
Isbn
9780748623051

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