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A Book of women poets from antiquity to now

Author: Aliki Barnstone; Willis Barnstone
Publisher: New York : Schocken Books, 1980.
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Spans four thousand years and the world's major civilization to anthologize verses by women ranging from Enheduanna, a second millennium B.C. Sumerian princess, to the medieval poets Marie de France and Florencia de Pinar, to noteworthy poets of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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Genre/Form: Traductions anglaises
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Book of women poets from antiquity to now.
New York : Schocken Books, 1980
(OCoLC)648455992
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Aliki Barnstone; Willis Barnstone
ISBN: 0805236937 9780805236934 0805206809 9780805206807
OCLC Number: 4211011
Notes: Includes indexes.
Description: xx, 612 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Sumerian / Enhuduanna --
Akkadian / Inib-sarri ; Erisit-Aya --
Egyptian / anonymous hieroglyphic texts --
Hebrew (ancient and modern) / Hannah's thanksgiving ; The song of Deborah ; from Song of Songs ; Leah Goldberg ; Dahlia Ravikovitch --
Neo-Aramaic (Persia) : traditional song --
Greek (ancient, biblical, Byzantine, modern) / Sappho ; Praxilla ; Telesilla ; Anyte ; Korinna ; The magnificat ; Kassia ; Moirologia (traditional funeral songs) ; Eleni Vakalo ; Lydia Stephanou ; Lina Kasdaglis ; Nana Issaia ; Eva Mylonás ; Jenny Mastoraki --
Latin (classical and Medieval) / Sulpicia ; anonymous, from the Cambridge songs ; anonymous, from the Carmina burana. The languages of India. Sanskrit / Vidya ; Sila ; Mahodahi ; Vallana ; Marula --
Classical Tamil / Okkur Macatti ; Kaccipettu Nannakaiyar ; Andal --
Kannada / Mahādēvi ; Honnamma --
Marathi / Mukta Bai ; Jana Bai --
Pali / Sumangala's mother --
Hindi / Mira Bai --
Telugu / Kshetrayya --
Kashmiri / Lal Ded. Persian (India and Iran) / Princess Zeb-un-Nissa ; Empress Nur Jahan ; Forugh Farrokhzad --
Turkish / Bayati --
Arabic (Iraq, Arabia, Morocco, northwest Africa) / Rabi'a the mystic ; Al-Khirniq ; Al-Khansa ; Laila Akhyaliyya ; Ancient songs of the women of Fez haufi (traditional songs). The languages of Africa. Bagirmi (traditional) --
Nyasa (traditional) --
Yoruba (Nigeria, traditional) --
Hottentot (South Africa, traditional) --
Amharic (Ethiopia, traditional) --
Afrikaans (South Africa) / Ingrid Jonker. Chinese / The book of songs ; Cho Wen-chün ; Hsi-chün ; Ch'in Chia's wife ; Lady Pan ; Anonymous poems ; Yüeh-fu shih ; Ts'ai Yen ; Tzu Yeh songs ; Chao Luan-luan ; Anonymous palace women ; Hsüeh T'ao ; Yü Hsüan-chi ; Li Ch'ing-chao ; Anonymous courtesan ; Chu Shu-chen ; Wang Ch'ing-hui ; Chao Li-hua ; Huang O ; Wang Wei ; Sun Yün-feng ; Wu Tsao ; Ch'iu chin ; Ping Hsin ; Li Chü. Japanese / Empress Iwa no HIme ; Princess Oku ; A court lady ; Woman of Suminoe ; Anonymous (ca. 733 and 8th century) ; Young woman of Harima ; Lady Ōtomo of Sakanone ; Lady Kasa ; Ono no Komachi ; Lady Ise ; Anonymous ; Izumi Shikibu ; Lady Sagami ; Akazome Emon ; Murasaki Shikibu ; Ise Tayū ; Ryōjin Hishō ; Lady Horikawa ; Princess Shikishi ; Chiyo ; Yosano Akiko ; Mitsuhashi Takajo ; Nagase Kiyoko ; Fumi Saitō ; Kiyoko Tsuda ; Tada Chimako ; Shiraishi Kazuko ; Sachiko Yoshihara ; Takako U. Lento ; Kanai Mieko. Provençal (France) / Countess Beatritz die Die ; Anonymous --
French (France, Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, Lebanon, Egypt) / Anonymous songs ; Marie de France ; The song of the ill-married ; Christine de Pisan ; Louise Labé ; Marceline Desbordes-Valmore ; Marguerite Bernat-Provins ; Thérèse Plantier ; Joyce Mansour ; Yvonne Caroutch ; Anne-Marie Albiach ; Marie-Françoise Prager ; Anne-Marie Kegels ; Monique Laederach ; Claude Maillard ; Denise Jallais ; Anne Hébert ; Nadia Tuéni ; Venus Khoury-Gata ; Andrée Chedid. Catalan (anonymous) --
Spanish (Spain, Mexico, Puerto Rico, El Salvador, Peru, Argentina, Chile) / Hispano-Arabic jarchas ; Anonymous ballad ; Morisco ballad ; Jewish ballad ; Anonymous songs ; Florencia del Pinar ; Rosalía de Castro ; Gloria Fuertes ; Julia Uceda ; Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz ; Rosario Castellanos ; Isabel Fraire ; Julia de Burgos ; Elsa Tió ; Rosario Ferré ; Claribel Alegría ; Blanca Varela ; Lucia Fox ; Alfonsina Strorni ; Martha Paley Francescato ; Gabriela Mistral. Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil) / Sor violante do Céu ; Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen ; The three Marias, Maria Isabel Barreno, Maria Teresa Horta, Maria Velho da Costa ; Cecília Meireles ; Henriqueta Lisboa ; Leila Miccolis ; Maria Amália Fonte Boa. Italian / Vittoria da Colonna ; Gaspara Stampa ; Ruth Domino ; Maria Luisa Spaziani ; Edith Bruck ; Rossana Ombres. German (Germany, Austria) / Frau Ava ; Annette Von Droste-Hülshoff ; Else Lasker-Schüler ; Nelly Sachs ; Hilde Domin ; Martina Werner ; Petra von Morstein ; Karin Kiwus ; Ingeborg Bachmann --
Dutch / Hadwijch ; Sister Bertken ; Judith Herzberg. Polish / Wislawa Szymborska --
Rumanian / Maria Banus ; Magda Isanos ; Veronica Porumbacu ; Nina Cassian ; Ileana Malacioiu ; Constanta Buzea ; Ana Blandiana ; Gabriela Melinescu --
Hungarian / Anna Hajnal ; Ágnes Nemes Nagy ; Ágnes Gergely --
Norwegian / Astrid Hjertenaes Andersen --
Swedish / Sonja Åkesson --
Danish / Cecil Bødker ; Inger Chistensen --
Estonian / Betti Alver --
Russian / Anna Akhmatova ; Marina Tsvetayeva ; Olga Berggolts ; Natalya Gorbanyevskaya ; Bella Akhmadulina. Native American languages. Nahuatl (Aztec, anonymous) --
Quechua (Peru, anonymous) --
Pampa (anonymous) --
Chippewa (anonymous) --
Apache (anonymous) --
Papago (anonymous) --
Hawaiian (anonymous) --
Eskimo (anonymous). Papuan (New Guinea) / Buin tribe ; Elema tribe ; Boiken tribe --
Welsh / Gwerfyl Mechain --
Anglo-Saxon (anonymous). English (England, United States, Canada, Australia) / Mary Sidney Herbert, countess of Pembroke ; Emilia Lanier ; Anne Bradstreet ; Katherine Philips ; Aphra Behn ; Anne Killigrew ; Lady Mary Wortley Montagu ; Charlotte Smith ; Elizabeth Barrett Browning ; Emily Brontë ; Christina Rossetti ; Emily Dickinson ; Mary Elizabeth Coleridge ; Amy Lowell ; Elinor Wylie ; H.D. ; Edith Sitwell ; Marianne Moore ; Edna St. Vincent Millay ; Louise Bogan ; Stevie Smith ; Kathleen Raine ; Muriel Rukeyser ; Ruth Stone ; Gwendolyn Brooks ; May Swenson ; Mary Ellen Solt ; Shirley Kaufman ; Denise Levertov ; Vassar Miller ; Carolyn Kizer ; Maxine Kumin ; Anne Sexton ; Adrienne Rich ; Sylvia Plath ; Jayne Cortez ; Marge Piercy ; June Jordan ; Judith Johnson Sherwin ; Kathleen Spivack ; Grace Schulman ; Margaret Atwood ; Sandra McPherson ; Louise Glück ; Shirley Williams ; Ai ; Olga Broumas ; Aliki Barnstone ; Ntozake Shange ; Roberta Hill ; Gwen Harwood ; Rosemary Dobson.
Responsibility: edited by Aliki Barnstone & Willis Barnstone.

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Spans four thousand years and the world's major civilization to anthologize verses by women ranging from Enheduanna, a second millennium B.C. Sumerian princess, to the medieval poets Marie de France and Florencia de Pinar, to noteworthy poets of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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