100 GRT POEMS BY WOMEN

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100 GRT POEMS BY WOMEN

GRT POEMS BY WOMEN Pulitzer Prize winning poet Carolyn Kizer has compiled the second volume in the Golden Ecco Anthology series This collection is devoted to one hundred of the finest poems written by women Kizer begins

  • Title: 100 GRT POEMS BY WOMEN
  • Author: Carolyn Kizer Kizer C
  • ISBN: 9780880014229
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • Pulitzer Prize winning poet Carolyn Kizer has compiled the second volume in the Golden Ecco Anthology series This collection is devoted to one hundred of the finest poems written by women Kizer begins with a woman writing anonymously in the fifteenth century, and takes us up to the present with important contemporary authors such as Marianne Moore, Louise Bogan, GwendolyPulitzer Prize winning poet Carolyn Kizer has compiled the second volume in the Golden Ecco Anthology series This collection is devoted to one hundred of the finest poems written by women Kizer begins with a woman writing anonymously in the fifteenth century, and takes us up to the present with important contemporary authors such as Marianne Moore, Louise Bogan, Gwendolyn Brooks, Amy Clampitt, Adrienne Rich, Margaret Atwood, Sharon Olds, Louise Gluck, Jorie Graham, and Thylias Moss This extraordinary anthology also contains major poets such as Emily Dickinson, Sylvia Plath, and Gertrude Stein And there is a generous selection of relatively unknown and wonderfully eccentric poets who wrote in obscurity during the past five hundred years.

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    1. Kristina on said:

      Found a few new poets to read, which is a good result from reading an anthology. But only truly appreciated/enjoyed 6 of the 100: (1) Self and the Otherself by Queen Elizabeth I, (2) from Eves Apologie by Emilia Lanier, (3) Mirth and Melancholy by Margaret Cavendish, (4) Romantics by Liesl Mueller, (5) Visiting a dead man on a summer day by Marge Piercy, and (6) from Circe/Mud Poems by Margaret Atwood.

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