One of the very few works by a woman within the subgenre of river poetry, Anne Wilson's 1600-line poem Teisa: A Descriptive Poem of the River Teese, Its Towns and Antiquities (1778) appears, at first, to fulfill all of the conventions of eighteenth-century locodescriptive verse in general, and river poetry in particular.
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