Books Like Remember by Christina Rossetti | Suggesting Reading

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In 1994, editor and poet Linda Hall put together a remarkable collection of women's poetry, including works from both the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Called An Anthology of Poetry by Women: Tracing the Tradition, this book contains poems by such notable Victorian poets as Christina Rossetti and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, as well as contemporary American poets, including Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton.

The Language of Exclusion, written by Sharon Leader and published in 1987, is a feminist critical study of the nineteenth century's two most puzzling and shy female poets—Christina Rossetti and Emily Dickinson. Leader argues that most studies of women poets written before 1960 simply perpetuate the spinster/ recluse view of these two women instead of highlighting their public significance and the impact that history and environment had on their demeanor.

British scholar Christopher Hibbert's Queen Victoria: A Personal History (2000) is one of the most refreshing...

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