Romantic Poetry by Women: A Bibliography, 1770-1835 by J. R. de J. JacksonRomantic Poetry by Women: A Bibliography, 1770-1835 by J. R. de J. Jackson

Romantic Poetry by Women: A Bibliography, 1770-1835

byJ. R. de J. Jackson

Hardcover | February 1, 1995

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The contribution of women to Romantic poetry has been generally underestimated. Romantic Poetry by Women: A Bibliography, 1770 - 1835 provides the first complete record of the volumes of verse written by women and reveals the scale of their involvement in the Romantic movement. The Bibliography includes the work of around 900 authors , with biographical headnotes. It is fully indexed and cross-referenced, providing details of publication, indexes of publishers and places of publication, as well as of authors and titles. This will be an indispensable resource for allstudents of writing by women and of Romantic poetry in general.

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J. R. de J. Jackson is at University of Toronto.
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Title:Romantic Poetry by Women: A Bibliography, 1770-1835Format:HardcoverDimensions:514 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 1.38 inPublished:February 1, 1995Publisher:Oxford University Press

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`Professor Jackson's Bibliography will no doubt be a useful tool to feminist studies ... the titles listed and the Professor Jackson's Introduction tells of dogged research in British, American, and occasionally Canadian libraries. I have not, checked its accuracy; but no doubt its intendedaudience will find that as complete as we have come to expect from the compiler.'W.J.B. Owen, McMaster University, Review of English Studies, Vol. 47, No. 186, May '96