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The Resource Critical essays on Elizabeth Barrett Browning, edited by Sandra Donaldson

Critical essays on Elizabeth Barrett Browning, edited by Sandra Donaldson

Label
Critical essays on Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Title
Critical essays on Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Statement of responsibility
edited by Sandra Donaldson
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Action
Committed to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
index present
LC call number
PR4194
LC item number
.C75 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Donaldson, Sandra
Series statement
Critical essays on British literature
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Browning, Elizabeth Barrett
  • Women and literature
Label
Critical essays on Elizabeth Barrett Browning, edited by Sandra Donaldson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Introduction [from Elizabeth Barrett Browning: Aurora Leigh and other poems]
  • Cora Kaplan
  • Women's writing: Jane Eyre, Shirley, Villette, Aurora Leigh [excerpt]
  • Marxist-feminist literature collective
  • Working into light: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Helen Cooper
  • "New yet orthodox": the female characters in Aurora Leigh
  • Kathleen Hickok
  • Domestic economy of art: Elizabeth Barrett and robert Browning
  • Dorothy Mermin
  • Experiments in poetic technique [chapter 3 from Mrs. Browning, a poet's work and its setting]
  • Casa Guidi windows and Aurora Leigh: the genesis of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's visionary aesthetic
  • Dolores Rosenblum
  • "Art's a service": social wound, sexual politics, and Aurora Leigh
  • Deirdre David
  • Cursing as one of the fine arts: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's political poems
  • Marjorie Stone
  • Combating an alien tyranny: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's evolution as a feminist poet
  • Deborah Byrd
  • Stirring "a dusting of figures": Elizabeth Barrett Browning and love
  • Angela Leighton
  • Alethea Hayter
  • "Some interchange of grace": "Saul" and Sonnets from the Portuguese
  • Mary Rose Sullivan
  • Vision speaks: love in Elizabeth Barret Browning's "Lady Geraldine's courtship"
  • Glennis Stephenson
  • Death of Pan: Elizabeth Barrett Browning and the romantic ego
  • Margaret M. Morlier
  • Aurora Leigh: an epical ars poetica
  • Holly A. Laird
  • Mapping sublimity: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese
  • Jerome Mazzaro
  • Little Hemming and more Greek [chapter 2 from Elizabeth Barrett Browning]
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Hebraic conversations: feminism and Christian typology in Aurora Leigh
  • Cynthia Scheinberg
  • Lady's Greek without the accents: Aurora Leigh and authority
  • Alice Falk
  • Discourse of power in Elizabeth Barrett Browning's criticism
  • Daniel Karlin
  • Mary Jane Lupton
  • Elizabeth Barrett's two sonnets to George Sand
  • Sandra Donaldson
  • Ring, the rescue, and the risorgimento: reunifying the Brownings' Italy
  • Flavia Alaya
Control code
40776931
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xi, 358 p.
Lccn
99018816
Label
Critical essays on Elizabeth Barrett Browning, edited by Sandra Donaldson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Introduction [from Elizabeth Barrett Browning: Aurora Leigh and other poems]
  • Cora Kaplan
  • Women's writing: Jane Eyre, Shirley, Villette, Aurora Leigh [excerpt]
  • Marxist-feminist literature collective
  • Working into light: Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • Helen Cooper
  • "New yet orthodox": the female characters in Aurora Leigh
  • Kathleen Hickok
  • Domestic economy of art: Elizabeth Barrett and robert Browning
  • Dorothy Mermin
  • Experiments in poetic technique [chapter 3 from Mrs. Browning, a poet's work and its setting]
  • Casa Guidi windows and Aurora Leigh: the genesis of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's visionary aesthetic
  • Dolores Rosenblum
  • "Art's a service": social wound, sexual politics, and Aurora Leigh
  • Deirdre David
  • Cursing as one of the fine arts: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's political poems
  • Marjorie Stone
  • Combating an alien tyranny: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's evolution as a feminist poet
  • Deborah Byrd
  • Stirring "a dusting of figures": Elizabeth Barrett Browning and love
  • Angela Leighton
  • Alethea Hayter
  • "Some interchange of grace": "Saul" and Sonnets from the Portuguese
  • Mary Rose Sullivan
  • Vision speaks: love in Elizabeth Barret Browning's "Lady Geraldine's courtship"
  • Glennis Stephenson
  • Death of Pan: Elizabeth Barrett Browning and the romantic ego
  • Margaret M. Morlier
  • Aurora Leigh: an epical ars poetica
  • Holly A. Laird
  • Mapping sublimity: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Sonnets from the Portuguese
  • Jerome Mazzaro
  • Little Hemming and more Greek [chapter 2 from Elizabeth Barrett Browning]
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Hebraic conversations: feminism and Christian typology in Aurora Leigh
  • Cynthia Scheinberg
  • Lady's Greek without the accents: Aurora Leigh and authority
  • Alice Falk
  • Discourse of power in Elizabeth Barrett Browning's criticism
  • Daniel Karlin
  • Mary Jane Lupton
  • Elizabeth Barrett's two sonnets to George Sand
  • Sandra Donaldson
  • Ring, the rescue, and the risorgimento: reunifying the Brownings' Italy
  • Flavia Alaya
Control code
40776931
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xi, 358 p.
Lccn
99018816

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