I became alone: five women poets, Sappho, Louise Labé, Ann Bradstreet, Juana Ines de la Cruz, Emily Dickinson
Explores five women poets, ranging from Sappho to Emily Dickinson, through brief biographies and selections of their poetry.
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Alcaeus Anne Bradstreet Anne Dudley Anne's Aphrodite beauty become behold birds Bishop called child Church Cleis Colonel Higginson colonial Croesus Cruz daugh daughter dayes dear death desire died Emily Dickinson Emily's England Eternity eyes Farewel father feel felt fire flowers friends gave Greek grief hair happy hath heart Helen Hunt Jackson honor hope husband Juana JUDITH ThURMAN leaves Lesbos letters live Louise Labe Louise's lov'd lover Lyon lyric Mancera married Mary Barnard Massachusetts mother muse never once passionate Perhaps poems poet Puritan reason Renaissance Sappho seems Simon Simon Bradstreet sing sister sometimes songs sorrow stop for Death sweet tell Tenth Muse thee things Thomas Dudley thou thought told TRANSLATED BY JUDITH trees verse viceroy Vinnie voice whilst wife winter woman women words write poetry