Charlotte Mew's poems explore a wide range of themes, including passionate discussions of faith and the possibility of belief in God and proto-modernism. Many of her poems are in the form of dramatic monologues, and she often wrote from the point of view of a male persona, allowing her to gain the patronage of several literary figures, notably Thomas Hardy, who called her the best woman poet of her day; Virginia Woolf, who said she was 'very good and quite unlike anyone else', and Siegfried Sassoon.
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The art of writing a short story can be barely noticed by a reader or listener - such is the quality with which they are usually written. It is a difficult trade, an unforgiving discipline, but for those who master it, the rewards are many. In this series of works by our greatest female writers, we bring you a selection of those we consider the best.
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