Browsing School of Humanities by Subject "Elizabeth Jennings"
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(Other)The digital archive includes examples of Jennings's manuscript writing. It holds together information from her private papers and more broadly on the World Wide Web. It is of use to scholars and general readers as a resource
(Book chapter)The chapter draws on extensive archival work on the papers of English poet Elizabeth Jennings and discusses them in relation to her poetry. It also describes and reflects on the process of selecting from them for a digital ...
(Book chapter)Due to their self-disclosing manner, both Elizabeth Jennings (1926-2001) and Sylvia Plath (1932-63) have been labelled ‘confessional’ yet have markedly different life experiences and profiles in literary and popular ...
(Book)Women’s fiction, poetry, drama and non-fiction represent the complex nexus of continuity and change in the British consciousness following the Second World War. They revise residual myths that the 1940s spawned an homogeneously ...