This book examines the three myths of Irish Women's poetry during the Nineteenth-Century little was written, it was unpopular, and it was isolated.
In drawing up her comprehensive dictionary, Colman has exploded the myths and has proven there was an important body of poetry produced by women during the nineteenth Century it was immensely popular and several schools of women poets existed.
As a reference, the book covers new fields of knowledge and is a must for any serious student of Nineteenth Century Ireland and of Women's Studies.
A Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Irish Women Poets
- Publisher: Anne Ulry Colman
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