Anna Wickham


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poet, whose publications include The Contemplative Quarry (1915), The Little Old House (1921), and Thirty‐Six New Poems (1936); a collection, The Writings of Anna Wickham (1984), was edited by R. D. Smith.

More popular in the USA and France than at home, she was an original and copious poet; in imagery and subject matter in advance of her time, she charted the struggle of a woman artist to achieve freedom to work as well as to fulfil herself as wife and mother.

Subjects: Literature.

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