Palmer,<br /><br />Thanks for the prosidy article. This is exactly what I always wanted my English teachers to explain growing up, whenever they instructed us to "write a poem about nature".
Prewriting: Select a historical figure who interests you. Research the person making notes about his or her time period, clothing, struggles, speech, values, conflicts, etc. Write your notes into your writer's journal. Drafting: Draft a poem of at least eighteen lines or a prose piece of 200-250 words in the voice of the character you have ...
The big strip tease: female bodies and male power in the poetry of Sylvia Plath. Publication: Contemporary Literature Publication Date: 22-DEC-93 Author: Lant, Kathleen Margaret COPYRIGHT 1993 University of Wisconsin Press I will go to the bank by the wood and become undisguised and naked.
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