Erec & Enide is a bold and unashamedly intimate work that delights in the theatrical, communicative powers of language, and by turns gives way to a quiet sadness. Writing out of contemporary feminist revisions of lyric and epic forms, the poems set up an overtly feminised display which the reader then re-enacts to find meanings which do not ally and a feminism which does not conform to conventional modes of uplift. Taking its title from Chretien De Troyes' twelfth-century Arthurian romance, Erec & Enide draws on Jack ...

Erec & Enide 2010, Salt Publishing, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9781844718092

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