|Title||Re-Reading EBB: Trends in Elizabeth Barrett Browning Criticism|
The article focuses on the criticism on the innovations in form, linguistic intricacies, and genre of the works of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning (EBB) from several critics including Lorna Sage, Angela Leighton, and Helen Cooper. It explores the turning point for the restoration of her work in the late 1970s and her ideological battleground in establishing approaches in the 1980s. It examines the critical studies of EBB's work related to politics, gender, and religion.
|Journal||The Journal of Browning Studies|
|Journal citation||1, pp. 5-13|