Women's Poetry of the 1930s: a critical anthology
I have tried to illustrate that through their interrogations of national and international affairs, their preoccupations with cultural politics and their experiments with language and form, these women exert pressure on our understanding of poetry in the nineteen thirties and that collectively their poems strengthens the feminist project which rejects the language of centrality and dominance in preference for diversity and difference.
Citation : Dowson, J. (1996) Women's Poetry of the 1930s: a critical anthology. Psychology Press
ISBN : 9780415130967
Research Group : English Research Group
Peer Reviewed : Yes
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