Myth and Women’s Poetry Since 1950
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Studies in Modern Poetry
THIS SERIES BRINGS TOGETHER BOOK-LENGTH WORKS ON PARTICULAR MODERN poets and twentieth-century movements as well as comparative and theoretical studies. Works in the series seek to explore the contributions of twentieth-century poets beyond the well-known major figures of Modernism such as Ezra Pound and T. S. Eliot, in the belief that modern poetry is characterized by its variety, richness, and scope. A particular focus of the series are those books that compare poetic projects from different national and linguistic traditions or explore the interconnections between poetic expression and the other arts. Authors whose critical approaches utilize contemporary literary theory and/or multicultural perspectives are especially encouraged to consider this series. Languages of the poetry studied include, but are not limited to, English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish, though the texts should be written in English and addressed to readers beyond strictly national or disciplinary boundaries. Inquiries and manuscripts should be directed to the general editor:
Peter Baker Department of English Towson University Towson, MD 21204-7097
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