Book by Smith Charlotte
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"Excellent notes--long-overdue work--beautifully designed."--Nicholas Jones, Oberlin CollegePraise for the series "Publishing these previously unknown or ignored volumes by women will revolutionize the canon of English and American literature taught in graduate and undergraduate courses. The list of texts is impressive. It includes some of the most important scholarship now under way in the field of Renaissance literature."--Margaret Hannay, Siena College"Making these writers available in an easily accessible form contributes significantly not only to feminist scholarship, which has been seeking to recover the works of such writers for two decades, but also to teaching and scholarship more generally within the humanities, from the freshman level to the most specialized postgraduate level."--Marlon Ross, University of Michigan"The texts chosen form an extremely interesting and quite varied group, and the prospect of having them in book form is exciting. Scholars and students will be much richer for it."--Carolyn Dinshaw, University of California, BerkeleyRezension:
In the best of her sonnets and shorter poems, Smith manages to combine an intense, personal note of melancholy with keen and sensitive observation of the natural world...Intelligently introduced, usefully annotated, and with textual notes giving variants, The Poems of Charlotte Smith will be welcomed both by scholars working on women's writing of the period and by teachers and students who are, increasingly, demanding alternatives to an exclusively male canonical tradition. ( RES New Series XLVII 185)
This edition should be regarded as a starting point not only for a more detailed and comprehensive examination of Smith's poetry, but also for an exploration of the numerous ways in which these poems intersect and interact with other elements in Romantic literary culture. ( David Duff, Romanticism)
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