research essay: THIS WILL BE WHAT YOU RESPOND TO:
\”In any amount of poems written by men, women are invisible objects of desire, lovers, romantic goddesses and so forth. Only two real women with anything to say for themselves are poets: Anne Finch (1661 – 1720) and Elizabeth Barrett-Browning (1806 – 1861). This essay will be an argument for reading their set works as \’resistance\’ poems by comparing and contrasting themes, style, form, and highlighting political & social gender issues of their diverse historical/literary periods.\”
– you are going to compare Anne Finch\’s \”The Introduction\” and Elizabeth Barret-Browning\’s \”Mother and Poet\”, find similarities between the two poems
– argument must be logical and clear that addresses topic
– Use MLA referencing, and 3 PEER REVIEWED references
for each poem (preferably from MLA international bibliography).
– Include quotes from poetry
– Compare the historical period of anne finch and the historical period of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
– Exploring contrasts between the two periods
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