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List of female poets

 

List of female poets

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This is a list of female poets organised by the time period in which they were born. This listing is subordered alphabetically by name.

Contents

  • Before Common era 1
  • 0 – 500 CE 2
  • 500 - 999 CE 3
  • 1000 - 1399 CE 4
  • 15th century 5
  • 16th century 6
  • 17th century 7
  • 1700s 8
  • 1710s 9
  • 1720s 10
  • 1730s 11
  • 1740s 12
  • 1750s 13
  • 1760s 14
  • 1770s 15
  • 1780s 16
  • 1790s 17
  • 1800s 18
  • 1810s 19
  • 1820s 20
  • 1830s 21
  • 1840s 22
  • 1850s 23
  • 1860s 24
  • 1870s 25
  • 1880s 26
  • 1890s 27
  • 1900s 28
  • 1910s 29
  • 1920s 30
  • 1930s 31
  • 1940s 32
  • 1950s 33
  • 1960s 34
  • 1970s 35
  • 1980s 36
  • 1990s 37
  • See also 38

Before Common era

0 – 500 CE

500 - 999 CE

1000 - 1399 CE

15th century

16th century

17th century

1700s

1710s

1720s

1730s

1740s

1750s

1760s

1770s

1780s

1790s

and actress

1800s

1810s

1820s

  • Anne Brontë (1820–1849), British novelist and poet, the youngest member of the Brontë literary family
  • Alice Cary (1820–1871), American poet, sister of Phoebe Cary
  • Frances Harper (1825–1911), American poet and novelist
  • Jean Ingelow (1820–1897), English poet and novelist
  • Annie Keary (1825–1879), English novelist and poet
  • Lucy Larcom (1824–1893), millgirl, frequent contributor to the Lowell Offering, published four books of poetry in her lifetime

1830s

1840s

1850s

1860s

1870s

1880s

1890s

1900s

1910s

1920s

1930s

1940s

1950s

1960s

1970s

1980s

1990s

See also

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