Tags: WOMEN poets
- Prolific Poetess. Lacquer, Cristi // Oklahoma Today;Nov/Dec2007, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p53
A quiz concerning the name of a poetess from Oklahoma is presented.
- Enheduanna: En-Priestess of Ur. Dixon, Pam // Calliope;Oct2006, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p19
The article presents information on Enheduanna, En-Priestess or Moon God of the city of Ur, who wrote hymns and poems to the Sumerian gods and goddesses in Mesopotamia, Iraq.
- Poetry in motion. McCarty, Anne // Cincinnati;Aug2000, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p64
Profiles Cincinnati, Ohio performance poet Annie Ruth. Civic honors won for work with inner-city children; Call-and-response format used in poetry seminars; Ruth's injection of positive phrases into a culture with a negatively charged atmosphere; Belief that the true power of words is their...
- Rebecca Kai Dotlich. // Ladybug;Feb2001, Vol. 11 Issue 6, following p34
Features poet Rebecca Kai Dotlich.
- Looking 'Past Wordsworth and the Rest': Pretexts for Revision in Alice Meynell's 'The Shepherdess.'. Smulders, Sharon // Victorian Poetry;Spring2000, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p35
Evaluates the lyric 'The Shepherdess' by poet Alice Meynell. Comments of critics on the lyric; Use of conventional mechanisms to represent the feminine; Adaptation of the alternating rhyme pattern from Byron; Efforts of Meynell to recover from the generic deficiencies of inherited form.
- 'Not a Song to Sell': Re-Presenting A. Mary F. Robinson. Lyndaely, M. // Victorian Poetry;Spring2000, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p94
Focuses on the life and works of poet A. Mary F. Robinson. Publication of several book-length works; Marriage with orientalist scholar and professor James Darmesteter; Account of the work attitude and language of Robinson; Representation of Robinson in several anthologies.
- A 'Lonely Crossing': Approaching Nineteenth-Century Australian Women's Poetry. Vickery, Ann // Victorian Poetry;Spring2002, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p33
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- Permanent enchantments. Adcock, Betty // Southern Review;Autumn94, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p792
Focuses on the dilemma faced by female poets of southern United States. Prominence of the south's women writers of fiction; Effect of the subsidiary female roles as wife or mother; Isolation from the center of society; Advantage gained from isolation; Author's writing background.
- Performing Pauline Johnson: Representations of "the Indian Poetess" in the Periodical Press, 1892-95. Leighton, Mary Elizabeth // Essays on Canadian Writing;Fall98, Issue 65, p141
Features Canadian poet Pauline Johnson. Literary debut; Discussion on her native identity; Implications of such conflicted representations of Native identity; Relationship between geographical stewardship and cultural assimilation that was prominent in Johnson's poetry as well as Canadian...