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Julianna Baggott
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Baggott, Julianna, “What the Poets Could Have Been,” in This Country of Mothers, Southern Illinois University Press, 2001 pp. 57–58.

Blake, Robert W., “Poets on Poetry: Writing and the Reconstruction of Reality,” in English Journal, Vol. 79, No. 7, November 1990, pp. 16, 20, 21.

Dellasega, Cheryl, “Mothers Who Write: Julianna Baggott,” November 2001, http://www.writerswrite.com/journal/nov01/baggott.htm (accessed December 11, 2006).

Dickinson, Emily, “This Was a Poet,” in The Complete Poems of Emily Dickinson, edited by Thomas H. Johnson, Little, Brown, 1955, p. 215.

Horace, “The Art of Poetry,” in Horace: The Odes, Epodes, Satires, and Epistles, Frederick Warne 1892, lines 55–56, 64–65, http://www.classicpersuasion.org/pw/horace/horacepo.htm (accessed December 13, 2006).

Jones, Rodney, Review of This Country of Mothers, in Southern University Press, 2001, http://www.siu.edu/%7Esiupress/titles/s01_titles/baggott_mothers.htm (accessed September 27, 2006).

Preyer, Robert, “The Prejudice against Poetry: A...

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