All The Stars

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From her editorial perch, Fauset became a central force in the Renaissance, nurturing and encouraging many young writers. During the week the children either look through poetry books, or search the Poetry Box for a poem to bring on Friday. E Violet Downey Book Award for The Sower of Tales. Boland argues that motherhood gave Plath “at last a sense of... active participation in the power and mystery of times, seasons and arrivals”(70) and offers a new reading of Plath as a “nature poet,” a poet whose “stance is certain,” a “female prospero,” a “speaker with a new kind of control: able to command the natural world because she is herself generative of it”(71).

Pages: 77

Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd (January 31, 2015)

ISBN: 1849639108

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