Christianity and the Bibleappears in The Complete Poems - The author draws on these for imagery, to make statements, and to depict internal struggles.
Madnessappears in The Complete Poems - This is an element in every book by the author, and comes from the author's own life experience.
Deathappears in The Complete Poems - This, referred to throughout the author's work, is a primary concern of the author as a poet.
Greek Mythsappears in The Complete Poems - These are referred to by the author. They are usually revised in order to relate them to some element of the author's inner life.
Fairy Talesappears in Transformations - The author pokes holes in many of these in order to illustrate the dated morality and sexual politics they contain.
The Institution of Marriageappears in The Complete Poems - This is alternately portrayed as a trap, a comfort, and a...
This section contains 292 words
(approx. 1 page at 300 words per page)