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Amy Lowell: Selected Poems: (American Poets Project #12)


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A selection of foremost works seeks to explore the writer's full formal range from cadenced verse and polyphonic prose to narrative poetry and Chinese adaptations, in a volume that offers insight into Lowell's open rebellion against her prestigious Boston lineage, her sophisticated feminist and anti-war stances, and her erotic themes.

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