Second Person Singular : Late Victorian Women Poets and the Bonds of Verse.
Emily Harrington offers a new history of women’s poetry at the turn of the century that breaks from conventional ideas of nineteenth-century lyric, which focus on individual subjectivity. She argues that women poets conceived of lyric as an intersubjective genre, one that seeks to establish relation...
University of Virginia Press,
|Series:||Victorian literature and culture series.
|Online Access:||Available via JSTOR|
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