Faber Book of Twentieth-Century Women's Poetry

Faber Book of Twentieth-Century Women's Poetry

The "Faber Book of Twentieth-Century Women's Poetry" is a poetry anthology edited by Fleur Adcock, and published in 1987 by Faber and Faber. According to her Introduction, the selection of women poets, writing in English, was meant to illustrate her idea of 'no particular tradition' distinguishing women.

Poets in The Faber Book of Twentieth Century Women's Poetry

Fleur Adcock - Margaret Atwood - Margaret Avison - Elizabeth Bartlett - Patricia Beer - Frances Bellerby - Connie Bensley - Mary Ursula Bethell - Elizabeth Bishop - Louise Bogan - Eavan Boland - Gwendolyn Brooks - Eiléan Ni Chuilleanáin - Amy Clampitt - Gillian Clarke - Jane Cooper - Wendy Cope - Frances Cornford - Elizabeth Daryush - Rosemary Dobson - Freda Downie - Lauris Edmond - U. A. Fanthorpe - Elaine Feinstein - Tess Gallagher - Louise Glück - Barbara Guest - H. D. - Gwen Harwood - Selima Hill - Molly Holden - Robin Hyde - Elizabeth Jennings - June Jordan - Jenny Joseph - Maxine Kumin - Denise Levertov - Gwendolyn MacEwen - Sandra McPherson - Charlotte Mew - Josephine Miles - Edna St. Vincent Millay - Elma Mitchell - Marianne Moore - Lorine Niedecker - P. K. Page - Ruth Pitter - Sylvia Plath - Adrienne Rich - Judith Rodriguez - Muriel Rukeyser - Carol Rumens - E. J. Scovell - Edith Sitwell - Stevie Smith - Anne Stevenson - May Swenson - Anne Szumigalski - Jean Valentine - Ellen Bryant Voigt - Sylvia Townsend Warner - Anna Wickham - Judith Wright - Elinor Wylie

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