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ENGLISH 150G: The Woman Poet of the 21st Century

This class seeks to renew the paradigm of the woman poet: two words that Eavan Boland calls ¿magnetically opposed.¿ What and who is the woman poet in the 21st century? What artifice, myths, forms (such as the domestic poem) have women poets inherited? Students will read poetry by Gwendolyn Brooks, Jos Charles, Layli Long Soldier, Sylvia Plath, Adrienne Rich, Natasha Trethewey, and others; as well as letters and memoirs. This class is driven by discussion based on students' mapping out the various context and expectations that these poets meet, suggest, or defy. Students should expect to write analytical responses and creative pieces that struggle with the context of the current day.
Terms: Spr | Units: 5
Instructors: Lin, E. (PI)
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