Wallace Stevens & the Feminine
American poet Wallace Stevens has been at the centre of most major critical controversies of the 20th century, from the early emergence of New Criticism through the past decade's battles over poststructuralism. This collection of 10 essays by scholars of Stevens and modernism explores various aspects of the feminine in Steven's writings and his life. Together, the essays demonstrate how a focus on gender provides new insights into Steven's poetry and life, and new perspectives on the nature of language and poetic voice, the social and cultural shaping of American poetry and the viability of current critical debates.
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Sexism and Stevens
A Curable Separation
of a Pythoness
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