Is the quintessential Afghan woman Nila, the dramatic Kabul socialite turned Parisian poetess?
It is the aim of this book to resuscitate interest in the poetess, and in the literary circle over which she reigned supreme.
After Ansaldo's death, we hear nothing more about the poetess.
He had been greatly affected by the death of his beloved sister Eliza, a poetess of much taste and feeling.
The lines of Mrs Sigourney, the American poetess, please me most.
A poetess herself, and the patron of poets, she remained the best counsellor her son ever had.
"I think our Aggie is going to be a poetess," said Tess, to Ruth, secretly.
Sappho, fair reader, was a poetess, who made love-verses which could be actually scanned.
How, at his age, could he see the distinction between the poetess and the Woman?
"How can you presume to reprimand a poetess," he said, quite seriously; you should have heard Dr. John laugh.