In this necessary and long needed anthology marion wynne davies selects thirteen women writers to balance out the canonical male viewpoint that blankets most studies of the renaissance by collecting and reintroducing these women poets a female perspective is returned allowing a more complete assessment to be made the range of renaissance women poets is remarkably broad. This dual language collection presents the rich flowering of womens poetry during the italian renaissance from the love lyrics of famous courtly ladies of venice and rome to the deeply moral and spiritual poets of the age. The women poets of the harlem renaissance faced one of the classic american double binds they were black and they were female during an epoch when the building of an artistic career for anyone of either of those identities was a considerable challenge to the general reader the poetry of the . The harlem renaissance of the 1920s was a fertile decade for african american creatives of all kinds writers musicians playwrights and artists though like many movements it was male dominated but many women rose to prominence we explore some of those who made a lasting impact in renaissance women 12 female writers of the harlem renaissance some of whom will also appear in the . Renaissance poetry includes a variety of artistic writings completed during the renaissance in europe this period which lasted from the 14th century to the start of the 17th century was characterized by a focus on the arts some people consider poetry from this time period to be among the
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