The gentler sex or the deadlier of the species. Between these two definitions of the female gender lies a collection of some of the most beautiful verse ever written. For much of history women have been seen rather than heard. In this volume poets of great depth and feeling express themselves on a range of topics and in ways that perhaps only a woman can. Here in Volume 2 we bring you works from Emily Bronte to Anne Kingsmill Finch by way of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Mary Elizabeth Coleridge, Emily Dickinson, George Eliot and many others. Our readers include Ghizela Rowe and Patricia Rodriguez.