Approaches to Teaching British Women Poets of the Romantic Period

ISBN-10: 0873527445
ISBN-13: 9780873527446
Edition: 1997
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Book details

List price: $18.00
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Modern Language Association of America
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 207
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

William Jay Smith is Professor Emeritus of English at Hollins College. He served as a poetry consultant to the Library of Congress (the position now known as the U.S. Poet Laureate) from 1968 to 1970, was a poet-in-residence at Williams College from 1959 to 1967, and chairman of the Writing Division of the School of Arts at Columbia University from 1973 until 1975. He has published ten other collections of poetry, most recently The Cherokee Lottery.Stephen C. Behrendt is the George Holmes Distinguished Professor of English at the University of Nebraska and co-editor of Romanticism and Women Poets: Opening the Doors of Reception and Approaches to Teaching British Women Poets of the Romantic Period.

Preface to the Series
Preface to the Volume
Introduction: An Overview of the Survey
Materials
Approaches
Introduction
Something Evermore About to Be: Teaching and Textbases
How Their Audiences Knew Them: Forgotten Media and the Circulation of Poetry by Women
"The Choicest Gifts of Genius": Working with and Teaching the Kohler Collection
"In Tangled Mazes Wrought": Hypertext and Teaching Romantic Women Poets
Teaching Alien Aesthetics: The Difficulty of Difference in the Classroom
Strategies for Replacing the Six-Poet Course
Distinguishing the Poetess from the Female Poet
Romantic Women's Poetry as Social Movement
Women Poets and Colonial Discourse: Teaching More and Yearsley on the Slave Trade
Understanding Cultural Contexts: The Politics of Needlework in Taylor, Barbauld, Lamb, and Wordsworth
Transatlantic Cultures of Sensibility: Teaching Gender and Aesthetics through the Prospect
Staging History: Teaching Romantic Intersections of Drama, History, and Gender
The Aesthetics of Loss: Charlotte Smith's The Emigrants and Beachy Head
Hemans's "The Widow of Crescentius": Beauty, Sublimity, and the Woman Hero
Teaching the Poetry of Mary Tighe: Psyche, Beauty, and the Romantic Object
Men, Women, and "Fame": Teaching Felicia Hemans
Charlotte Smith's Lessons
Anna Seward, the Swan of Lichfield: Reading Louisa
Joanna Baillie's Poetic Aesthetic: Passion and "the Plain Order of Things"
The Milkmaid's Voice: Ann Yearsley and the Romantic Notion of the Poet
Teaching with Annotated Editions
Introducing Felicia Hemans in the First-Year Course
The Appeal of the Domestic in the First-Year Course: Susanna Blamire
Gendering Subjectivity: Women Romantics in a Poetry Survey Course
Justification Strategies in the Writings of Joanna Southcott: Teaching Radical Women Poets in Conservative Institutions
Sight, Sound, and Sense: L. E. L.'s Multimedia Productions
Notes on Contributors
Survey Participants
Works Cited
Index

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