DICKINSONIAN INTONATIONS IN MODERN POETRY

Dickinsonian Intonations in Modern Poetry offers a fresh and unique
perspective on Anglo-American literature. Focusing on Emily Dickinson’s lesser-known translocational poems and their own concepts of
space and spirituality, the author traces a line of poetic influence that
originates with Dickinson and includes diverse Imagist, confessional,
feminist, and contemporary voices. Written with flair and sophistication, the book combines theoretically grounded close readings of relevant poems and a creative-critical approach to literary texts.”

RADMILA NASTIĆ,
University of Kragujevac

“In her provocative contextualisations of (pre)modernist and contemporary poetry in English, Tatjana Bijelić proposes insightful and
original Dickinson-inspired interpretations of poems authored by a
number of iconic and well-known American and British women poets. Drawing on feminist literary theory and criticism, she offers
perceptive and timely readings of migratory issues, othering, and authorship, suggesting new understandings and concepts of home and
abroad, ultimate others, and sibylline poetry traditions.”

ALEKSANDRA NIKČEVIĆ BATRIĆEVIĆ,
University of Montenegro
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