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|Named Person:||Eavan Boland; Eavan Boland|
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|Description:||xiv, 274 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Journeys. A journey with two maps ; The rooms of other women poets ; Becoming an Irish poet ; Reading as intimidation ; Translating the underworld ; Domestic violence --
Maps. Adrienne Rich ; Elizabeth Bishop: an unromantic American ; Charlotte Mew: an introduction ; The other Sylvia Plath ; The case of Edna St. Vincent Millay ; Denise Levertov: letters to a broken world ; Looking back and finding Anne Bradstreet ; Reading Gwendolyn Brooks ; Being an Irish poet: the communal art of Paula Meehan ; A Latin poet: a lost encounter --
Destinations. Letter to a young woman poet.
|Other Titles:||Becoming a woman poet|
Starred Review. Boland offers encouragement to women poets of the future. If some of her language is directed to those writing or reading poetry, her vivid imagery ( if this were a summer darkness in