Stars Guide Me Home Tonight: Poetry

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She was awarded the Order of Quebec for her work. Luiselli also writes about dealing with racism and ignorance when she became reduced to the category of “Latina” after moving to New York to study. Write what you think makes poet Gwendolyn Brooks a "mother" to modern poets. Her analyses of Barbauld's poetry omit any mention of what was explicitly pointed to by Wollstonecraft when she inveighed against the "sexual character" Barbauld was determined to enact in Barbauld's poetry: Barbauld was aggressively complicit in the repression of women's sexuality and praises such self- repression wherever she sees it (116, 146-147, 283-285).

Pages: 88

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (September 14, 2012)

ISBN: 1479313246

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