Citations with the tag: WOMEN poets
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// Canadian Dimension; Sep/Oct97, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p46
Presents poems from women authors. Includes `End of the Line,' by Cherra S. Ransom; `Capital Gains,' by Monica Lee; `Guaranteed,' by Lea Littlewolfe.
- 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.
McCarty, Anne // 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...
- The Triple Courage of Charlotte Delbo.
Lamont, Rosette C. // Massachusetts Review; Winter2000/2001, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p483
Discusses the three most prevalent forms of courage of poet Charlotte Delbo. So-called the mettle of Achilles courage; Second form of courage of Delbo; Delbo's third and most important act of courage.
- The politics of language: Latina writers in United States literature and curricula.
Scott, Nina M. // MELUS; Spring94, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p57
Focuses on Latin women poets and their influence on American literature. Incorporation of Latin literature into American college curricula; Latin cultural heritage; Expression of language; Feminist voice in Latin literature; Linguistic systems; Examples of poems by Latin women poets.
- Dove travels `On The Bus' with Rosa Parks.
Okoampaahoofe Jr. // New York Amsterdam News; 06/03/99, Vol. 90 Issue 23, p24
Criticizes several poems written by poet-laureate Rita Dove in the United States. Includes `On the Bus with Rosa Parks', `Cameos' and `Testimonial'; Notion on the themes presented in the poems; Narration on life of civic rights leader Rosa Parks in the poem.
- ELIZABETH TOLLET: A NEW NEWTONIAN WOMAN.
Fara, Patricia // History of Science; Jun2002, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p169
Profiles poet Elizabeth Tollet. Personal background; Her relationship with scientist Isaac Newton; Discussion of her poems.
- INTIMATIONS OF MORTALITY.
Wachtel, Eleanor // Books in Canada; Nov83, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p8
Profiles poet Phyllis Webb. Family and educational background; Awards received; Poetry books published.
- Gwendolyn MacEwan 1941-1987.
Di Michele, Mary // Books in Canada; Jan/Feb88, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p6
Presents an obituary for Canada-born poet Gwendolyn MacEwen. Governor General's award won in 1969; Award-winning works; Job as writer-in-residence at the University of Toronto; Description of MacEwen as a poet of mystic intensity.
- 'From Outrage to Reconciliation': Political Poetry by Salvadoran Women.
DeShazer, Mary K. // NWSA Journal; Summer92, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p170
Examines Salvadorean women's poetry. Expressions of a plethora of intense emotions; Reconceptualization of subjectivity and consciousness; Documentation of women's experiences of war, displacement and exile; Relations between forms of oppression and modes of theorizing.
- Famous American Women Poets.
Northrup, Mary // Hopscotch; Oct/Nov2000, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p10
Presents information on famous women poets in the United States.
- Lila's lyrics.
Northrup, Mary // NEA Today; Sep95, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p39
Focuses on Gwinnett County special education bus driver Lila Knight's accomplishments as a poet in Georgia. Publication of Knight's poetry; Subjects of Knight's poems; Knight's comment about her hobby.
- `I once sang in Carmen you know'.
Douglas, Geoffrey // Yankee; Apr97, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p74
Features Alberta Moody a woman poet from the United States. Celebration of life in Moody's poetry; Memories of youth; Three-month role as Frasquita with the Maine Opera House; Preference for writing to the rhythm of things.
- A. Merritt.
Sherman, Kenneth // Books in Canada; Feb98, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p101
Highlights the poems of alchemist writer P.K Paige. Connection to poet Robert Blake; Characteristics of Paige's poems; Importance of the mystical and transcendental to the sensibility of the poet; Exhibition of psychological acuity.
- NATANIA ROSENFELD/ Family Snapshots, After an Illness.
Rosenfeld, Natania // American Poetry Review; Mar/Apr2003, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p23
Presents an article describing the family of a woman poet.
- The Minds and Voices of Modern Irish Women.
Boland, Eavan // Journal of Women's History; Winter/Spring95, Vol. 6/7 Issue 4/1, p6
Focuses on changes in the status of Irish women poets. Transition from being objects of the Irish poem to being its authors; Efforts undertaken by women to explore their creativity without fearing that they might entail a breach with the historic view of Irish femininity.
- The feminist mystique.
Roberts, Kevin // Books in Canada; Aug/Sep82, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p3
Focuses on the issue of discrimination against women poets in Canada. Suggestion that female nominees to the League of Canadian Poets be judged by an all-woman panel; Purpose of the league; Unease over the Women's Caucus which has emerged from within the League itself.
- DOROTHY HEWETT.
Colebatch, Hal G.P. // Quadrant Magazine; Oct2002, Vol. 46 Issue 10, p66
Pays tribute to poet Dorothy Hewett from Perth, West Australia. Published works; Family background; Involvement with the Communist Party until the 1960s.
- Anne Waldman.
Colebatch, Hal G.P. // In the Room of Never Grieve; Oct2008, p488
The article offers a brief profile of poet Anne Waldman.
- REVIEWING CONTEMPORARY POETRY: HELEN VENDLER AND THE AESTHETIC METHOD.
Burris, Sidney // Contemporary Literature; Summer90, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p240
Reviews books by poet, Helen Vendler. 'Part of Nature, Part of Us,'; 'The Music of What Happens: Poems, Poets, Critics'.
- The Perfect Squelch.
Wells, J. Mc.B. // Saturday Evening Post; 3/17/1956, Vol. 228 Issue 38, p100
The article presents an anecdote about the decision of poetess Amy Lowell to choose reading a long piece before the Poetry Society of South Carolina at Charleston.
Wells, J. Mc.B. // British Women Poets 1660-1880: An Anthology; 1990, p572
A variety of pseudonyms used by authors, their friends or correspondents that relate to articles that appeared in the 1990 issue of "British Women Poets 1660-1800: An Anthology," edited by Joyce Fullard are presented.
- List of Authors With Titles of Poems.
Wells, J. Mc.B. // British Women Poets 1660-1880: An Anthology; 1990, p594
The article lists authors of the various poetry published in the book "British Women Poets 1660-1800: An Anthology," edited by Joyce Fullard, including Anna Seward, Charlotte Smith and Elizabeth Tollet.
- First Line Index.
Wells, J. Mc.B. // British Women Poets 1660-1880: An Anthology; 1990, p603
A subject index for the 1990 issue of "British Women Poets 1660-1800: An Anthology," edited by Joyce Fullard is presented.
- The Mohawk Princess.
Unwin, Peter // Beaver; Oct/Nov99, Vol. 79 Issue 5, p15
Remembers Canadian poet Pauline Johnson. Family history; Why she was called The Mohawk Princess; Johnson's life as a stage performer; Excerpts from her poems; What is most noticeable about her writing.
- sharp focus.
Unwin, Peter // New Internationalist; Aug2000, Issue 326, p33
Profiles London, England-based poet Patience Agbabi. Family background; Autoiographical poem of her book `Transformatrix'; Other books written; Wide range of voices use by Agbabi.
Davis, Leonard J.; Edsall, Mary D.; Coleman, James Robert; Salomon, Kathleen C.; Menashe, Louis; Loebenstein, Julian // New Republic; 5/12/79, Vol. 180 Issue 19, p7
Presents letters to the editor about Hebron in the West Bank and women poets.
- MARY COLLIER (1688?-1762).
Klaus, H. Gustav // Notes & Queries; Jun2000, Vol. 47 Issue 2, p201
Profiles 18th-century poet Mary Collier. Reasons why Collier is one of the more obscure figures of the era; Basis for any approach to Collier's life; Questions regarding Collier's baptism record; Source of information about the poet's life; Published works.
- Nonsense poet explores new forms.
Dyer, Hadley // Quill & Quire; Jun97, Vol. 63 Issue 6, p61
Presents Canadian poet Sheree Fitch's poems and stage performances for children. Family background of Fitch; Fitch's popular books on children; Upcoming books by Fitch.
- NANCY ALISON SHAW: MAY 24, 1962-APRIL 16, 2007.
Barholden, Michael // West Coast Line; 2007, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p4
The article presents a dedication of the issue to poet Nancy Shaw.
- Hag mothers and new horizons.
Donovan, Katie // Southern Review; Summer95, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p503
Focuses on the emergence of Irish women poets. Representation of women by male Irish poets; Increase in the confidence and frankness in the poetry of Irish women poets; Preference of Irish women poets to write in the mother tongue.
- Poet inspires a new generation.
Twair, Pat McDonnell // Middle East; Oct99, Issue 294, p38
Focuses on Middle Eastern poet Mohja Kahf. Education in the United States; Experiences on racism and ostracism; Work on the portrayal of Muslim women in the West.
- Moore, Bishop, and Oliver: Thinking back, re-seeing the sea.
Fast, Robin Riley // Twentieth Century Literature; Fall93, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p364
Discusses the continuity in the work of Marianne Moore, Elizabeth Bishop and Mary Oliver. Appropriateness to women of the Bloomian model of influence; Comparison between Moore's poem `A Grave' with Bishop's `At the Fishhouses'; Oliver's poem `The Wave's relation to Moore's and Bishop's...
- Cauld Engle-Cheek: Working-class women poets in Victorian Scotland.
Boos, Florence S. // Victorian Poetry; Spring95, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p53
Focuses on obstacles faced by working class Scottish women poetesses of the Victorian era in writing and publication of their poems. Emphasis on lives, poems and circumstances of poetesses Jessie Russell, Ellen Johnston and Janet Hamilton.
- With a Feminine Touch.
Higgins, Marilyn // School Library Journal; Oct90, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p72
Reviews the video 'With a Feminie Touch,' which feature female poets.
- Solipsism in Israeli feminist poetry: `The great male writer, Toni Morrison'.
Abend, Dror // World Literature Today; Summer94, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p505
Focuses on the development of feminist tradition within Israel poetry. Extent of influence by American ideas and ideologies on cultural provinces of the United States; Witer Toni Morrison's literature reflecting Israeli image of feminist writings; Factors contributing to difficulties for women...
- A poetics of pain: Evelyne Accad's critical and fictional world.
Hottell, Ruth A. // World Literature Today; Summer97, Vol. 71 Issue 3, p511
Profiles Lebanese poet Evelyne Accad. Academic career; Family background; Use of the pen as outlet for political views; Comparison of the works of male and female writers in the Middle East; Characteristics of works; Summary outline of selected works.
Gagnon, Ronald A.; Fox, Bette-Lee // Library Journal; 4/1/1985, Vol. 110 Issue 6, p67
Reviews the audiotape 'Adrienne Rich: Women's Words,' from Pacifica Tape Library.
- Jayne Cortez: Drums Everywhere Drums.
Madhubuti, Haki R. // Drumvoices Revue; Spring-Fall2006, Vol. 14 Issue 1/2, p78
This article profiles the poet Jayne Cortez. The author expressed that Cortez remains one of the most accomplished, enduring, visionary, productive, poetically active and committed poet to emerge unbent and inspired out of the Black Arts Movements of the sixties. Cortez advocated a word-music...
- The Penguin Book of Women Poets (Book).
Karr, M.A. // Advocate; 11/1/79, Issue 279, p27
Reviews the book 'The Penguin Book of Women Poets,' edited by Carol Cosman, Joan Keefe and Kathleen Weaver.
- Judy Jordan.
Karr, M.A. // Academy of American Poets -- Biographies of American Poets; 2006, p473
A biography of American poet Judy Jordan is presented. She was the first member of her family to attend college, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia in 1990. Her book of poetry titled "Carolina Ghost Woods" won the 1999 Walt Whitman Award and the National Book...
- Contemporary Women Poets (Book Review).
Juhasz, Suzanne // Library Journal; 11/1/1977, Vol. 102 Issue 19, p2264
Reviews the book 'Contemporary Women Poets: An Anthology of California Poets.'
- The divine body in Grace Nichols's The Fat Black Woman's Poems.
Scanlon, Mara // World Literature Today; Winter98, Vol. 72 Issue 1, p59
Examines the work of Guyanese-born poet Grace Nichols and her depiction of the struggles of black women in the Caribbean Area. Features of Nichols' book entitled `The Fat Black Woman's Poems'; Women's image in Caribbean literature; Description of Nichols' poems; Details of her depiction of the...