Inner Reflections

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The point is that the apartment here is not an alternative life. Last spring I revisited a great post on Lee Bennett Hopkins by Renée M. We can see the gradual increase in knowledge and appreciation of women's good poetry in anthologies organized by eras and based on how women's poetry evolved: all these traits, plus those valued by Lonsdale, prevail in most of the poems chosen for two recent successful anthologies, Paula Feldman's British Women Poets of the Romantic Era and Andrew Ashfield's Romantic Women Poets (1770- 1848).

Pages: 38

Publisher: Amazing Things Press; 1st edition (July 30, 2015)

ISBN: 0692502033

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