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Book jacket/back: The work of women poets is often overlooked in anthologies, and collections of love poetry are no exception. No Bliss Like This: Five centuries of love poetry by women: And Other Love Poems by Women from 1500 to the Present. This year's top sellers.
Carroll & Graf Publishers, 2005 - 334 sayfa. The work of woman poets is often given short shrift in anthologies, and collections of love poetry are no exception.
Hollis, Jill; Hollis, Jim (1993). Love's Witness: Five Centuries of Love Poetry by Women. p. 109. ISBN 978-0-7867-0030-1. This claim attracted a great deal of notice at the time (1980). Reminiscent of claims made for Laura Riding and Elizabeth Daryush.
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Aphra Behn, one of the most influential dramatists of the late seventeenth century, was also a celebrated poet and novelist
Aphra Behn, one of the most influential dramatists of the late seventeenth century, was also a celebrated poet and novelist.
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Siegel, Eli, Self and World: An Explanation of Aesthetic Realism. New York: Definition Press, 1981. Deborah A. Straub in Contemporary Authors: "Siegel immediately became the focus of a literary controversy. Alexander Laing in "The Nation and its Poets," page 212.