Records of Woman

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Woodstock Books, 1991 - 323 ページ
Like so many women poets of the time, Felica Hemans became a professional writer to support her one-parent family. Records of woman is a collection of poems about women in relation to men--as daughters, wives, mothers or lovers--and about women alone. She shows special strength in handling the dramatic monologue; and is several years ahead of both Tennyson and Browning in doing so. Wordsworth was not wrong to see in her a special integrity. Between the lines of her work there is a text to be read about the status of the literary woman of the period, and a moment of transition caught as Romanticism gives way to the values of a new age.

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