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The Cambridge companion to twentieth-century British and Irish women's poetry

Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Cambridge Collections Online.
Other Authors: Dowson, Jane, 1955-
Format: Online Book
Published: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
Series:Cambridge companions.
Online Access:Online version
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction / Jane Dowson
  • 2. Post/modernist rhythms and voices: Edith Sitwell and Stevie Smith to Jo Shapcott and Selima Hill / Ian Gregson
  • 3. Reframing women's war poetry / Claire Buck
  • 4. Verbal and visual art in twentieth-century British women's poetry / William May
  • 5. Towards a new confessionalism: Elizabeth Jennings and Sylvia Plath / Jane Dowson
  • 6. The mid-Atlantic imagination: Mina Loy, Ruth Fainlight, Anne Stevenson, Anne Rouse and Eva Salzman / Melanie Petch
  • 7. The Irish history wars and Irish women's poetry: Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin and Eavan Boland / Catriona Clutterbuck
  • 8. Interculturalism: Imtiaz Dharker, Patience Agbabi, Jackie Kay and contemporary Irish poets / Lee M. Jenkins
  • 9. Post-pastoral perspectives on landscape and culture / Alice Entwistle
  • 10. Feminism's experimental 'work at the language-face' / Linda A. Kinnahan
  • 11. Carol Ann Duffy, Medbh McGuckian and ruptures in the lines of communication / Brian Caraher.