Working Class Women Poets In Victorian Britain

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1840s and 50s) Introduction Use of first names and initials was relatively
common among working-class women poets, but this protective gesture made it
difficult if not impossible to trace their works. Described in the People's Journal as
a factory dye-worker in Chorley, “Marie” published over this abbreviated
signature thirty-five poems and an essay between 1846 and 1852.1 Her ardent
verses represented an ideal of poetry as a rhapsodic instrument to sustain
visionary hopes in the ...

The People S Journal

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THE PEOPLE'S JOURNAL. 109 ------------------ -------- --------- --- *-*- ---. ---------------
------ *~~~~~~~~~~~~~ | 108 and all the while her hands were busy. Time passed
on. She had began to droop; she lost her strength; her clothes hung loose upon
her; her cheek grew daily thinner; and at last appeared on it the fearful hectic spot
. She spoke to no one of her sufferings; but she pined and pined away in silence.
Those who saw her changed appearance, hearing no complaint, gave the matter
 ...

Indigenous Peoples Journal Of Law Culture And Resistance

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Chilean poet, artist, and filmmaker CECILIA VICUNA is the author of fourteen
poetry books, published in Europe, Latin America, and the U.S. Ms. Vicuña
received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Chile in Santiago
and engaged in postgraduate studies at the Slade School of Fine Arts, University
College, London. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including The
Pennies from Heaven Award (2002), The Anonymous Was a Woman Award (
1999), The Lila ...

Slang

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" Slang is also a rebellion against the mainstream. It often irritates those who color within the lines--indeed, slang is meant to irritate, sometimes even to shock. But slang is also inventive language, both fun to make and fun to use.

The People S Journal With Which Is Incorporated Howitt S Journal Ed By J Saunders Continued As People S Howitt S Journal

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POETS. OF. ENGLAND. LONDON OUTLINES. when this morning I caught a
glimpse of her whom I had sought for in vain dnring four rears ! Lady Stanley,
plead for me ! plead my cause with your sweet niece, and at least say that you
will permit me the privilege if visiting her under your roof." Wentworth paused; he
would gladly have said more, and poured out the hopes and anguish of years ;
but the emotion which, while he spoke, had from the first been visible in Miss
SomervUle, had ...

The People S Journal Edited By John Saunders Aims To Combine In The Direct Service Of The People Using That Word To Express A Nation Rather Than A Class A Greater Amount Of Literary And Artistical Talent Than Has Ever Before Been Known In This Country In Connexion With Any Similar Publication

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Poetry has in all ages had its passionate lovers among the people. Epic, lyric,
and dramatic poetry, in all their various forms, have influenced more or less ... It
looks like a truism to assert that it has been the preacher of virtue, the inciter of
heroism, the refiner of society; yet it needs reeating, in consequence of the
misconception that }. lately arisen on the true nature of poetry and the mission of
the poet. Civilisation is said to be adverse to poetry: or if not adverse to the poets
of past ages, ...

People S Howitt S Journal

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A DISCOURSE ON POETRY AND ON THE DUTIES OF THE POET. Bt Charles
Mackat. Poetry has in all ages had its passionate lovers among the people. Epic,
lyric, and dramatic poetry, in all their various forms, have influenced more or less
the feelings and opinions of educated and uneducated men. It looks like a truism
to assert that it has been the preacher of virtue, the inciter of heroism, the refiner
of society ; yet it needs repeating, in consequence of the misconception that has ...

The Eclectic Magazine

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98 Milnes, R. Monckton, Dublin University Mag., 218 Marquis of Montrose and
the Covenanters, Quarterly Review, - - - . .289 Metternich, Prince,— Howitt's
Journal, . ... 564 Man of Impulse-People's Journal, - . ... 142; Death of the
Swedish Poet Tegner–Establishment of an English Journal in Rome—-Angling—
Wellington and Father Mathew—New Work by Kohl— The Poet Freiligrath—
Scraps from Punch, 143; Recent English Publications—Memorial of the battle of
Flodden Field, 144; ...

The Folklore Historian

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The main duty of the People's Houses was to organize such activities for the
benefit of the country. Further, Enginun mentions that teacher-poets were very
interested in folk culture and folk literature. According to Enginun, after Ahmet
Kutsi Tecer became the head of the "Ulkii," the journal of Ankara People's House,
folklore gained importance in the Ankara People's House. Tecer pointed out that
the village poets, and poems about villages became widespread because of the
People's ...