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Poetry, Ladies and Slang; or, when is Bushy just a dog?
Poetry, Ladies and Slang; or, when is Bushy just a dog?

As part of my completion of a book on the expatriate network of British and American women poets in Italy in the mid-nineteenth century, I’ve been looking again at the poetry of Isa Blagden. A poem I’d bypassed originally now intrigues me some more. But I’m not sure what to make of it. The poem […]