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Wild honey : reading New Zealand women's poetry / Paula Green.

By: Green, Paula, 1955- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland : Massey University Press, 2019Copyright date: �2019Description: 571 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780995113596; 0995113599.Subject(s): New Zealand literature -- History and criticism | Women poets | New Zealand poetry -- Women authors -- History and criticism | New Zealand poetry -- Women authorsGenre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc.DDC classification: 820.992870993 | NZ821.0099287
Contents:
The foundation stones. The house. The study -- The mirror -- The hallway -- The shoe closet -- The kitchen -- The lounge -- The music room -- The airing cupboard -- The nursery -- The hearth -- The sickbed -- The mantelpiece -- The love nest -- Through the door. The garden -- The hammock -- The countryside -- The city -- The sky.
Summary: Highly regarded poet and anthologist Paula Green is the author of this novel and much overdue survey of New Zealand's women poets.
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Highly regarded poet and anthologist Paula Green is the author of this much overdue survey of New Zealands women poets. Illustrated throughout by Sarah Laing and featuring the work of 195 poets (all of whom have biographies and full bibliographies), this book is a landmark volume and an incredible achievement. Its timing is perfect given the current re-examination of the role of the male gatekeepers of our literature in the 1940s and 1950s, who decided that womens poetry was weak and excluded it from the volumes of poetry that were to become the canon. How things have changed at present the most exciting poetry is coming from high-profile young women poets who almost have cult status Hera Lindsay Bird and Tayi Tibble. Charmingly and unique, the books chapters follow the structure of a house, with different poets being discussed and assessed in each of the houses rooms. The selection is enormously generous, the tone is at times gentle and accessible, and Greens reach is wide. She brings the pioneers of womens poetry Jessie Mackay, Blanche Baughan and Eileen Duggan back from the shadows and she also draws our attention to the remarkable stories of forgotten women poets such as Lola Ridge.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The foundation stones. The house. The study -- The mirror -- The hallway -- The shoe closet -- The kitchen -- The lounge -- The music room -- The airing cupboard -- The nursery -- The hearth -- The sickbed -- The mantelpiece -- The love nest -- Through the door. The garden -- The hammock -- The countryside -- The city -- The sky.

Highly regarded poet and anthologist Paula Green is the author of this novel and much overdue survey of New Zealand's women poets.