By Katherine Kearns
Robert Frost and a Poetics of urge for food reads Frost's poetry inside of a theoretical point of view generated, yet now not restricted by way of feminist research, and it evaluates Frost's chronic feminizing of poetic language in ways in which he normally dramatizes as either erotic and humiliating. Kearns examines how Frost's twin and very likely conflicting obligations--to be manly and to be a poet--inform his whole poetics. The examine unites psychobiographical and feminist methods to create an adept and inventive software of interpretation.
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