Christina Rossetti revisited.
New York : Twayne Publishers ; London : Prentice Hall International, c1996
|提及的人：||Christina Georgina Rossetti; Christina Rossetti; Christina Georgina Rossetti|
|描述：||xiii, 183 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.|
|内容：||Ch. 1. Reading the Life --
Ch. 2. First Fruits: From Maude to Goblin Market and Other Poems --
Ch. 3. Conciliation, Circumvention, and Rebellion: The Prince's Progress and Other Poems --
Ch. 4. Fresh Fields of Endeavor: Short Stories and Nursery Rhymes --
Ch. 5. "What Doth Remain": The Impetus to Devotion in the Sonnets.
|丛书名：||Twayne's English authors series, TEAS 517.|
In revisiting the copious works of Christina Rossetti, Sharon Smulders focuses on the poet's versatility as a writer. Smulders sees Rossetti as a writer interested in fostering and sustaining possibilities for feminine self-expression; she carefully observes the way the poet engaged in a range of formal experiments in both prose and verse and frequently resisted or dislocated established generic conventions to achieve her ends. Smulders also sees Rossetti as a writer very much of her time: her attitudes toward contemporary social, religious, and aesthetic issues inform the thematic and formal preoccupations of her work.