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The sundered fence, a gasp of emeralds and the scent of the knowable journey: an exploration of the poetics of the Californian landscape in recent work by Adrienne Rich, Brenda Hillman and Jane Hirshfield

By Kate Noakes
Topics: 813, Rich, Adrienne Cecile - Criticism and interpretation, Hillman, Brenda - Criticism and interpretation, Hirshfield, Jane, 1953- - Criticism and interpretation., Landscapes in literature., California - In literature, American poetry
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:dspace1.isd.glam.ac.uk:10265/459
Provided by: Glamorgan Dspace

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