Women Poets and the American Sublime
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Women Poets and the American Sublime

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"This is the best book on American women poets I have yet seen." --American Literature

..". sophisticated and eloquently argued analysis of a female counter-sublime... " --Sandra Gilbert

..". strong readings of Dickinson and Moore and... a vital polemic on behalf of feminist criticism." --Harold Bloom

"This brilliant re-evaluation of major American women poets will be indispe...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published November 1st 1990 by Indiana University Press
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