In the Margin: Images of Women in Early Puritan Poetry
American Literature | Literature in English, North America | Women's Studies
From the introduction to the volume:
Cheryl Walker's "In the Margin: The Image of Women in Early Puritan Poetry" argues that Puritan women were regularly ignored, de-personalized, or minimalized out of the male, public poets' heroizing of the errands into the wilderness.
© 1985 Pennsylvania State University Press
Walker, Cheryl. "In the Margin: Images of Women in Early Puritan Poetry," in Puritan Poets and Poetics: Seventeenth-Century American Poetry in Theory and Practice. Ed. by Peter L. White. University Park: Penn State University Press, 1985. 111-126.