Tradition and the Poetics of Self in Nineteenth-Century Women's Poetry

Tradition and the Poetics of Self in Nineteenth-Century Women's Poetry

by Brill



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789042013001
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers, Inc.
Publication date: 01/01/2002
Series: Costerus New Series
Pages: 199
Product dimensions: 5.91(w) x 8.66(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Barbara GARLICK: Introduction
1 Virginia BLAIN: “Be these his daughters?” Caroline Bowles Southey, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Disruption in a Patriarchal Poetics of Women’s Autobiography
2 Meg TASKER: Aurora Leigh: Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Novel Approach to the Woman Poet
3 E. WARWICK SLINN: Elizabeth Barrett Browning and the Problem of Female Agency
4 Debra FRIED: In Daisy’s Lane: Variants and Personification in Emily Dickinson
5 Lori LEBOW: Emily Dickinson’s Epistolary Poetics: Text, Lies and Autobiography
6 Susan CONLEY: Burying the Medusa: Romantic Bloodlines in Christina Rossetti’s Gothic Epistle
7 Sharon BICKLE: A Woman of Women for “A Sonnet of Sonnets”: Exploring Female Subjectivity in Christina Rossetti’s “Monna Innominata”
8 C.C. BARFOOT: “Thus only in a dream”: Appetite in Christina Rossetti’s Poetry.
9. Barbara GARLICK: Defacing the Self: Christina Rossetti’s The Face of the Deep as Absolution
10 Tomoko TAKAGUCHI: Christina Rossetti in Secrecy: Revising the Poetics of Sensibility
Notes on Contributors

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