Exploration of womanist issues in the poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks and Maya Angelou : a comparative analysis
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UG Dissertation (Restricted)
Prof. Kira Rose
This essay looks at the works of two African American female poets who have a different outlook and approach on writing about most issues. The language including tone, voice, rhythm, sensory engagement, and dialect is analyses to compare their approaches. Additionally, the essay also examines how the two poets handle some common African American and feminist literary themes.
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Kaur, K. P. (2021). Exploration of womanist issues in the poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks and Maya Angelou: A comparative analysis (UG dissertation, Lingnan University, Hong Kong). Retrieved from https://commons.ln.edu.hk/eng_fyp/80