Standard Name: Joseph, Jenny
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|Textual Features||Carol Ann Duffy||
Many poems here feature women answering back to canonical male voices: Liz Lochhead to Donne , Jenny Joseph to W. S. Gilbert , U. A. Fanthorpe to Walt Whitman , Wendy Cope to A. E. Housman
|Textual Features||Alison Fell||
This is a richly various collection. Its title is explained in the final piece (which is named the same). The Russian Futurist poet and playwright Vladimir Mayakovsky , says AF here, wrote: One must tear...
|Textual Features||Germaine Greer||
Women are a minority here, but well represented: Fleur Adcock , Anna Letitia Barbauld , Amy Clampitt , Olive Custance (Lady Alfred Douglas) , Emily Dickinson , Freda Downie , U. A. Fanthorpe , Vicki Feaver
|Textual Production||Jeni Couzyn||
The other poets included are Kathleen Raine , Denise Levertov , Elizabeth Jennings , Elaine Feinstein , Ruth Fainlight , Sylvia Plath , Jenny Joseph , Anne Stevenson , and Fleur Adcock .
Jenny Joseph published New Poems, 1963, which is famous for just one piece, the poem entitled Warning, which begins, When I am an old woman I shall wear purple.
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