Women Writers and Poetic Identity : Dorothy Wordsworth, Emily Bronte and Emily Dickinson.
How does the consciousness of being a woman affect the workings of the poetic imagination? With this question Margaret Homans introduces her study of three nineteenth-century women poets and their response to a literary tradition that defines the poet as male. Her answer suggests why there were so f...
Princeton University Press,
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