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Maternity, masculinity, and the Civil War in American poetry 1850–1914
Examining nineteenth-century poetry in terms of how it was valued—and used-—in its time, Maternity, Masculinity and the Civil War in American Poetry 1850-1914 explores a political dimension of poetry's cultural work that ...
Modernizing nature: Modernist poetry, gender, and national identity
"Modernizing Nature: Modernist Poetry, Gender, and National Identity" combines modernist studies with ecocriticism in order to challenge two major narratives about modernism—its supposed anti-nature topos and its retreat ...
Lyric resource: Sound technologies and lyric criticality
This dissertation analyzes recordings and performances of poetry in the postwar period as occasions in which poets engage with the long history and tradition of lyric poetry while revising lyric practice in response to ...