Victorian women poets
Through her selection of fourteen essays, Tess Cosslett charts their rediscovery by feminist critics of the late 1970s, and the subsequent developments as critics use a range of modern theoretical approaches to understand and promote the work of these non-canonical and marginalised poets. One of the triumphs of feminist criticism has been to rescue major poets.
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