A New Matrix for Modernism: A Study of the Lives and Poetry of Charlotte Mew and Anna Wickham (Studies in Major Literary Authors 18)
By: Nelljean McConeghey Rice (author), William E. Cain (editor)Hardback
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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Preface Chapter One: The Bohemian and the Dandy: "The permanent child alone can return the fabulous world to us." Chapter Two: Charlotte Mary Mew 1869-1894: "The moon's dropped child" Chapter Three: Charlotte Mary Mew 1904-1913: "Yet, to leave Fame, still with such eyes and that bright hair!" Chapter Four: Charlotte Mary Mew 1913-1928: "But I mean to go through the door without fear" Chapter Five: Anna Wickham 1883-1904: "Where in this wilderness shall I find my path?" Chapter Six: Anna Wickham 1904-1947: "I married a man of the Croydon class" Chapter Seven: Anna Wickham 1911-1947: "I am a raw uneasy parvenue" Chapter Eight: The Angel in the House: "Poetry is a commitment of the soul." Notes Bibliography Index
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