DLB 240: Late Nineteenth-Century and Early Twentieth-Century British Women Poets (Dictionary of Literary Biography) ePub download
by William B. Thesing
- ISBN: 0787646571
- ISBN13: 978-0787646578
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- Language: English
- Category: Poetry
- Publisher: Gale Research Inc; y First edition edition (March 16, 2001)
- Pages: 464
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Traditionally, literary and artistic production in late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century Britain has been . William Shakespeare and Edmund Burke: Literary Allusion in Eighteenth-Century British Political Rhetoric'. Shakespeare and the Eighteenth Century.
Traditionally, literary and artistic production in late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century Britain has been understood as constituting a modernity in opposition to classical values and aesthetic standards. In thinking about the relevance of classical antiquity in the later eighteenth and early nineteenth century, however, one prominent trend in recent scholarship has been the recognition of an increasing fascination with Greece and Greek culture.
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Thesing, William . ed. Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-century British Women Poets. A Dictionary of British and American women writers, 1660–1800. Rowman & Allanheld, 1985. 450 entries, 68 of which are American. Unveiling Treasures: the Attic guide to the published works of Irish women literary writer: drama, fiction, poetry. Wilson, Katherina . et al. An Encyclopedia of Continental Women Writers.
The 20th century opened with great hope but also with some apprehension . Boer troops lining up in battle against the British during the South African War (1899–1902).
The 20th century opened with great hope but also with some apprehension, for the new century marked the final approach to a new millennium. The revival of traditional forms in the late 19th and early 20th century was not a unique event. Universal History Archive/Universal Images ck. No one captured the sense of an imperial civilization in decline more fully or subtly than the expatriate American novelist Henry James.
William B. Thesing is Professor of English at the University of South Carolina, Columbia. Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century British Women Poets (2001).
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Poetry in the early 20th cent
Place Finder The Early Twentieth Century Irish drama flowered in the early 20th cent. largely under the aegis of the Abbey Theatre in Dublin (see Irish literary renaissance). John Millington Synge, William Butler Yeats, and Sean O'Casey all wrote on Irish themesmythical in Yeats's poetic drama, political in O'Casey's realistic plays. Poetry in the early 20th cent. was typified by the conventional romanticism of such poets as John Masefield, Alfred Noyes, and Walter de la Mare and by the experiments of the imagists, notably Hilda Doolittle (H., Richard Aldington, Herbert Read, and D. H. Lawrence.
Late Nineteenth- And Early Twentieth-Century British Women Poets (Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol . Women's Poetry, Late Romantic to Late Victorian: Gender and Genre. Isobel Armstrong and Virginia Blain. 240). Detroit: Gale Group, 2001. Reviving Laurence Hope. London; New York: Macmillan Press, 1998. Decadent Exoticism and the Woman Poet. Women and British Aestheticism.
Nineteenth-century newspaper poetry worked with, but distinctly from, journalism to act on and mobilise the reader, and it also critically reflected on the journalism on which it drew and within which it was embedded
Nineteenth-century newspaper poetry worked with, but distinctly from, journalism to act on and mobilise the reader, and it also critically reflected on the journalism on which it drew and within which it was embedded. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.
Gore-Booth’s poetry, especially such later works as The One and the Many and The Egyptian Pillar, include themes of social . Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 240: Late Nineteenth-and Early Twentieth-Century British Women Poets, Gale (Detroit, MI), 2001.
Gore-Booth’s poetry, especially such later works as The One and the Many and The Egyptian Pillar, include themes of social change and sexual liberation. For example, the latter collection makes numerous references to strong women from ancient times, including Sheba and Cleopatra. Two of her poetry collections, The Perilous Light and Broken Glory, published during World War I, express pacifist themes.
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