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Does Adrienne Rich's poetry exemplify a women's style of writing? (i.e., "Aunt Jennifer's Tigers," "Diving into the Wreck," Snapshots of a Daughter-in-Law," "Power," etc.,)

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Before I pulled up your full question and saw your examples, I already had "Women" in mind. I also didn't realize that you were an editor and not a student. That being said, I thought what I was going to say would still be relevant...

In "Women," Rich illustrates a situation that, from my point of view, could only be written by a woman. There's a sense of perspective that is...

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