Hamilton, Mary Agnes. Remembering My Good Friends. Jonathan Cape, 1944.
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Two of these poems were reprinted by Catherine Reilly in her anthology of women's war poetry.
|Anthologization||Lady Margaret Sackville||
It is dedicated To Adelaide (who has not been identified). Many of the poems had previously appeared in journals such as the Nation, Everyman, The Sphere, Form, and the Times....
Despite her immense popularity during her lifetime, LH has not benefited as much as other forgotten poets from the resurgence of attention to women's writing. Her work is not included in the major recent anthologies...
|Textual Features||Edith Sitwell||
This marks her growing technical sophistication (in choice of words, aural effects, and metrics). Many of the poems cling to the childish vision of The Mother, but a note of bitterness is heard in...
|Textual Features||Mary Webb||
This volume contains Autumn, 1914 (later anthologized by Catherine Reilly in Scars Upon My Heart), in which the rustic lyricism of a farm woman's lament for her man at the war is punctuated with...
|Textual Features||Vera Brittain||
As well as a poem on the loss of her fiancé, the volume included one about her brother, written four days before he was killed. Its opening line, your battle-wounds are scars upon my heart...
|Textual Production||Judith Kazantzis|
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