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Haberstroh, Patricia Boyle, Women Creating Women: Contemporary Irish Women Poets, Syracuse University Press, 1996.

In this book, Haberstroh analyzes the work of five Irish women poets, including Boland.

Hagen, Patricia L., and Thomas W. Zelman, Eavan Boland and the History of the Ordinary, Academica Press, 2004.

This study offers a review of Boland's work and life.

Maguire, Sarah, "Dilemmas and Developments: Eavan Boland Re-examined," in Feminist Review, No. 62, Summer 1999, pp. 59—66.

In this article, Maguire considers the changing nature of the dilemmas women poets face in light of Boland's earlier essay, "The Woman Poet: Her Dilemma."

Robertson, Kerry E., "Anxiety, Influence, Tradition and Subversion in the Poetry of Eavan Boland," in Colby Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 4, December 1994, pp. 264—78.

Robertson analyzes Boland's reworking of the male-dominated tradition in Irish literature.

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