By F. Elizabeth Gray
Women within the Victorian interval have been said to be the "religious sex," yet their dating to the doctrines, practices, and hierarchies of Christianity was once either hugely circumscribed, which has been good documented, and complexly artistic, which has no longer. grey visits the significance of the literature of Christian devotion to women's inventive lives via an exam of the numerous ways that Victorian ladies reproduced and recreated conventional Christian texts of their personal poetic texts. Investigating how ladies poets redeployed the discourse of Christianity to discover the a number of voices of the scriptures, to extend identification and gender buildings, and to question conventional narratives and procedures of authorization, grey contends that girls present in non secular poetry unforeseen, freeing probabilities. considering a number of voices, from the best-known girl poets of the day to a couple of the main imprecise, this research presents a entire account of Victorian women's spiritual poetic creativity, and argues that this physique of labor assisted in shaping the improvement of the lyric within the Victorian period.
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Christian and Lyric Tradition in Victorian Women’s Poetry (Routledge Studies in Nineteenth Century Literature) by F. Elizabeth Gray