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Poetry and The Listener: the myth of the ‘Middlebrow’
(Sheffield Hallam University,, 2003-06)
The article looks at poetry published in The Listener and re-evaluates histories of literature in the 1930s
Women, Modernism and British Poetry 1910-39: Resisting Femininity
Modernism as a period consists of progressive and reactionary cultural cross-currents. Under the umbrella of ‘Rear-guard modernism’ I explore poetry which is not formally adventurous but which represents a ‘conservative ...
Women’s Writing 1945-60: After The Deluge, ed
Women’s fiction, poetry, drama and non-fiction represent the complex nexus of continuity and change in the British consciousness following the Second World War. They revise residual myths that the 1940s spawned an homogeneously ...