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035    (Sirsi) i9781598530421 
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050  4 PS595.F45|bP64 2009 
082 04 811.5408|bP74422 
245 00 Poems from the women's movement /|cedited by Honor Moore. 
264  1 [New York, NY] :|bLibrary of America,|c[2009] 
264  4 |c©2009 
300    xxix, 238 pages :|bportrait ;|c20 cm. 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
490 1  American poets project. 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-231) and 
505 00 |tThe applicant /|rSylvia Plath --|tThe father of my 
       country /|rDiane Wakoski --|tK̃äthe Kollwitz ;|tNot to be 
       printed, not to said, not to be thought /|rMuriel Rukeyser
       --|tPlanetarium ;|tDiving into the wreck ;|tPhantasia for 
       Elvira Shatayev /|rAdrienne Rich --|tThe ballad of the 
       lonely masturbator /|rAnne Sexton --|tThe anniversary /
       |rAlicia Ostriker --|tpersonal letter #2 ;|ta poem for my 
       father /|rSonia Sanchez --|tMiscarriage ;|t10 commandments
       for liberation ;|tEuridice /|rAlta --|tmiss rosie ;|tthe 
       lost baby poem /|rLucille Clifton --|tAt the end of the 
       affair /|rMaxine Kumin --|tO'Keeffe retrospective /|rMay 
       Swenson --|tWhy I died /|rErica Jong --|tSappho's reply /
       |rRita Mae Brown --|tI like to think of Harriet Tubman ;
       |tThree poems for women ;|tAn answer to a man's question, 
       "What can I do about women's liberation?" /|rSusan Griffin
       --|tQuotations from charwoman me ;|tMatrilineal descent /
       |rRobin Morgan --|tObjets d'Art /|rCynthia MacDonald --
       |tFor my sister Molly who in the fifties /|rAlice Walker -
       -|t"You say I am mysterious" /|rElsa Gidlow --|tThe 
       nuisance ;|tRape poem /|rMarge Piercy --|tFor Willyce /
       |rPat Parker --|tDeath camp ;|tThey did not build wings 
       for them /|rIrena Klepfisz --|tSusan's photograph /|rJean 
       Valentine --|tEat rice have faith in women ;|tYesterday /
       |rFran Winant --|tA woman is talking to death /|rJudy 
       Grahn --|tAnnunciation /|rDiane Di Prima --|tThe history 
       of my feeling /|rKathleen Fraser --|tSemele recycled /
       |rCarolyn Kizer --|tGesture /|rBeverly Dahlen --|tTo my 
       daughter the junkie on a train ;|tA litany for survival ;
       |tA poem for women in rage /|rAudre Lorde --|tElegy /
       |rMarilyn Hacker --|tPoem: on declining values ;|tRoman 
       poem number six ;|tCase in point /|rJune Jordan --|tLiving
       alone (I) ;|tLIving alone (II) ;|tEpilogue /|rDenise 
       Levertov --|tRhyme of my inheritance ;|tSong ;|tSome 
       unsaid things /|rJoan Larkin --|tPomegranate ;|tDedication
       to hunger /|rLouise Gl̃ück --|tEve of Easter /|rBernadette
       Mayer --|tPolemic #1 ;|tFirst time: 1950 /|rHonor Moore --
       |t"i am a woman in ice" /|rMartha Courtot --|tAfter touch 
       /|rJan Clausen --|tLady tactics /|rAnne Waldman --
       |tCaritas /|rOlga Broumas --|tBurning the tomato worms /
       |rCarolyn Forché --|tA California girlhood ;|tThe goddess 
       who created this passing world /|rAlice Notley --|t"She 
       had ruby red lacquer on her fingernails" ;|t"Wanting you "
       ;|tHonesty /|rMaureen Owen --|tDon't cheapen yourself /
       |rJana Harris --|tAnti-short story ;|tTone /|rRae 
       Armantrout --|tThe nursery /|rFanny Howe --|tIn knowledge 
       of young boys /|rToi Derricotte --|tWomen's work /
       |rMichelle Cliff --|tNessie /|rRachel Blau DuPlessis --
       |tMany junipers, heartbeats ;|tUnder the Zanzariere /
       |rJane Miller --|tSatan says /|rSharon Olds --|tCoral Sea,
       1945 /|rCarol Muske-Dukes --|tAmong women /|rMarie Ponsot 
       --|tShe lays /|rMolly Peacock --|tMetaphors of women /
       |rKatha Pollitt --|tThe green notebook /|rJane Cooper --
       |tSan Sepolcro /|rJorie Graham --|tUnleashed ;|tJoan /
       |rEileen Myles. 
520    A volume of top-selected works representing definitive 
       modes of thought during the women's movement of the 1960s,
       1970s, and 1980s includes pieces by such writers as 
       Adrienne Rich, Muriel Rukeyeser, and Judy Grahn. 
650  0 Feminist poetry, American. 
650  0 American poetry|xWomen authors. 
650  0 American poetry|y20th century. 
650  0 Women|vPoetry. 
700 1  Moore, Honor,|d1945- 
830  0 American poets project. 
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