Browning, Elizabeth Barrett Aurora Leigh

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Aurora Leigh

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Widely regarded as Barrett Browning's major work, Aurora Leigh is important both for its address to contemporary social issues, the \u201cwoman question\u201d in particular, and for its bold experimentation with poetic form. Since 1979 it has held its place in the canon as \u201cthe feminist poem\u201d (Ellen Moers), yet, until now, no reliable edition of the work has been available. The text of this edition is based upon meticulous examination of the extant manuscripts, corrected proofs and revision to the poem. It is accompanied by a full textual history of the poem's composition and publication, a comprehensive annotation of literary allusions and contemporary reference, and a new and closely argued essay on the significance of the verse-novel as an early example of politically self-conscious women's writing. This authoritative edition of Aurora Leigh provides a text and apparatus designed to combat conventional notions of women's poetry as \u201cinstinctive\u201d improvisation. It argues for the verse-novel as a poem which offers both the excitement of intellectual experimentation and the powerful engagement of a judicious political passion. The arrival of this edition should be of great interest and use to students of nineteenth-century studies and feminist scholars alike.

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Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861) was one of the most prominent poets of the Victorian era. Her poetry was widely popular in both England and the United States during her lifetime.

Margaret Reynolds is a writer, teacher, critic, and broadcaster. Her 1992 edition of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "Aurora Leigh" won the British Academy's Rose Mary Crawshay Prize.
Margaret Reynolds is the state manager of National Disability Services in Tasmania and the president of the United Nations Association of Australia. She is a former member of Australian Parliament and former professor of human rights and international politics at the University of Queensland. Carmen Lawrence is a federal member of the Division of Freemantle, an Australian Electoral Division in Western Australia. She is the former premier of Western Australia and was the first woman to become premier of an Australian state.

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Descripción Ohio University Press, United States, 1992. Hardback. Condición: New. 1 New ed. Language: English. Brand new Book. Widely regarded as Barrett Browning's major work, Aurora Leigh is important both for its address to contemporary social issues, the u201cwoman questionu201d in particular, and for its bold experimentation with poetic form. Since 1979 it has held its place in the canon as u201cthe feminist poemu201d (Ellen Moers), yet, until now, no reliable edition of the work has been available. The text of this edition is based upon meticulous examination of the extant manuscripts, corrected proofs and revision to the poem. It is accompanied by a full textual history of the poem's composition and publication, a comprehensive annotation of literary allusions and contemporary reference, and a new and closely argued essay on the significance of the verse-novel as an early example of politically self-conscious women's writing.This authoritative edition of Aurora Leigh provides a text and apparatus designed to combat conventional notions of women's poetry as u201cinstinctiveu201d improvisation. It argues for the verse-novel as a poem which offers both the excitement of intellectual experimentation and the powerful engagement of a judicious political passion. The arrival of this edition should be of great interest and use to students of nineteenth-century studies and feminist scholars alike. Nº de ref. del artículo: BZV9780821409565

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