ENGL 048. Contemporary Women's Poetry


"Merely the private lives of one-half of humanity." Thus Carolyn Kizer defines the 20th-century revolution through which women poets give voice to the previously unspeakable and explore the political implications of the supposedly personal. This course considers a variety of poetic styles and stances employed by women writing in English today-feminist or womanist, intellectual or experiential, lesbian or straight, and mindful of ethnic heritage or embracing the new through artistic experimentation.
20th/21st c.
Humanities.
1 credit.
Eligible for GSST
Catalog chapter: English Literature  
Department website: http://www.swarthmore.edu/english-literature


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