Poetry Off the Page

Poetry Off the Page

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qLaura Severin claims that twentieth-century British women poets have been neglected by both feminist and more traditional literary critics because they cannot be read within available literary frameworks. Feminist criticism, in particular, has overlooked the value of other poetic ancestries by locating the only radical tradition of modern poetry in fractured form. At least one alternative radical tradition can be found in a narrative and performed poetry the maximizes its transgressive potential with multiple framing devices. Though a women poet always experiences difficulty in controlling both cultural imagery and her own public presentation, these framing devices work together both to deconstruct the essentialized category of woman and to recover the multiplicity of women's experience.q--BOOK JACKET.Twentieth-century British Women Poets in Performance Laura Severin. Works Cited ... Contemporary British Poetry: Essays in Theory and Criticism. Ed. James ... 183-198. Boyd, S.J. a#39;The Voice of Revelation: Liz Lochhead and Monsters.

Title:Poetry Off the Page
Author: Laura Severin
Publisher:Ashgate Publishing - 2004

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