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Gendered modernisms : American women poets and their readers
Dickie, Margaret, 1935-
Publication Information:
Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, [1996]

Physical Description:
xvi, 321 pages ; 24 cm
Recovering the repression in Stein's erotic poetry / Margaret Dickie -- History as conjugation: Stein's Stanzas in meditation and the literary history of the modernist long poem / Mary Loeffelholz -- H.D., modernism, and the transgressive sexualities of decadent-romantic platonism / Cassandra Laity -- Pornopoeia, the modernist canon, and the cultural capital of sexual literacy: the case of H.D. / Dianne Chisholm -- 'So as to be one having some way of being one having some way of working': Marianne Moore and literary tradition / Lisa M. Steinman -- 'The Frigate pelican''s progress: Marianne Moore's multiple versions and modernist practice / Robin Gail Schulze -- Jouissance and the sentimental daughter: Edna St. Vincent Millay / Suzanne Clark -- Antimodern, modern, and postmodern Millay: contexts of revaluation / Cheryl Walker -- Laura (Riding) Jackson's 'really new' poem / Jeanne Heuving -- The Elizabeth Bishop phenomenon / Thomas Travisano -- Muriel Rukeyser and her literary critics / Kate Daniels -- 'The Buried life and the body of waking': Muriel Rukeyser and the politics of literary history / Richard Flynn -- Whose canon? Gwendolyn Brooks: founder at the center of the 'margins' / Kathryne V. Lindberg.

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