Adrienne Rich: The Moment of Change
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2004 - 277 pages
The volume covers the full progression of her poetry from the beginning through her most recent work. It clarifies her entire poetic output and illuminates her concepts of nation, the female body, power, and women's sexuality. In doing so, it draws on a vast body of literary, theoretical, and cultural scholarship. While the book offers a thorough study of Rich and her works, it also examines the critical reaction that her controversial writings have engendered.
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3 " Arguably one of America's finest and most important contemporary writers of any genre , Adrienne Rich has been a figure of excellence and political integrity for her entire long career . " Her career , Charles Altieri reminds us ...
She is one of the most important and influen- tial poets in America , a poetic voice indispensable to contemporary Amer- ican poetry because her work tracks a deepening cultural and political consciousness and her keen perception of ...
Since to her the individual life may not be so important as the ethical or spiritual accounting one must ulti- mately give for one's actions on earth , often she crafts an ageless poetry bare of limiting specifics or identifying ...
At Radcliffe , Rich further perfected her craft , and A Change of World won a Yale Younger Poets Award . A Change of World was also graced by a foreword written by the most important living poet — and perhaps the most ...
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New Poetry Enters the World
Seeing Is Changing Writing Is Renaming
To Be an American Woman
A New Relationship to the Universe
Here Is a Map of Our Country
Poetrys Inadmissible Untimely Messenger
A Revolutionary Textual Strategy Embodying the Materiality of Womens Experience
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Index of Adrienne Richs Works