Women's Poetry In The Enlightenment: The Making Of A Canon, 1730 1820
This collection of twelve critical essays on women's poetry of the eighteenth century and enlightenment is the first to range widely over individual poets and to undertake a comprehensive exploration of their work. Experiment with genre and form, the poetics of the body, the politics of gender, revolutionary critique, and patronage, are themes of the collection, which includes discussions of the distinctive projects of Mary Leapor, Ann Yearsley, Helen Maria Williams, Joanna Baillie, Charlotte Smith, Anna Barbauld and Lucy Aikin.
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- Format: Hardcover
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
- ISBN-13: 9780312212827
- ISBN: 0312212828
- Publication Year: 1998