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Title A history of early modern women's writing / edited by Patricia Phillippy.
Edition First edition.

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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: Sparkling multiplicity / Patricia Phillippy -- Part I. Critical approaches and methodologies -- Invisibility optics: Aphra Behn, Esther Inglis and the fortunes of women's works / Margaret J.M. Ezell -- Reconsidering the woman writer: the identity politics of Anne Cooke Bacon / Jaime L. Goodrich -- The critical fortunes of the tenth muse: canonicity and its discontents / Patricia Pender -- When we swear to tell the truth: the Carleton debates and archival methodology / Megan Matchinske -- Part II. The Tudor era (1526-1603) -- Common and competing faiths / Susan M. Felch -- Isabella Whitney's "slips": poetry, collaboration, and coterie / Dana E. Lawrence -- Transmitting faith: Elizabeth Tudor, Anne Askew, and Jane Grey / Elaine V. Beilin -- Humanism, feligion, and early modern Englishwomen in their transnational contexts / Julie D. Campbell -- Women in worship: continuity and change in the prayers of Elizabeth Tyrwhit and Frances Aburgavenny / Micheline White -- Spatial texts: women as devisers of environments and iconographies / Peter Davidson -- Part III. The early Stuart period (1603-1642) -- Aemilia Lanyer's radical art: "The passion of Christ" / Pamela J. Benson -- Memory, materiality and maternity in the Tanfield/Cary archive / Ramona Wray -- Mary Wroth romances Ovid: refiguring metamorphosis and complaint in The countess of Montgomery's Urania / Clare R. Kinney -- Nuns' writing: translation, textual mobility and transnational networks / Marie-Louise Coolahan -- Motherhood and women's writing in early seventeenth-century England: legacies, catechisms, and popular polemic / Paula McQuade -- Monuments and memory / Peter Sherlock -- Part IV. Civil War, interregnum, and restoration (1642-1676) -- Prophecy, power, and religious dissent / W. Scott Howard -- Coteries, circles, networks: the Cavendish circle and Civil War women's writing / Sarah C.E. Ross -- Inventing fame / Jane B. Stevenson -- Political writing across borders / Mihoko Suzuki -- English women's writing and indigenous medical enowledge in the early modern Atlantic world / Edith Snook -- Lady Anne Clifford's Great books of record: remembrances of a dynasty / Jessica L. Malay.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Cambridge Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
English literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
Women and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 16th century.
Women and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century.
Literature and society -- Great Britain -- History -- 16th century.
Literature and society -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century.
Added Author Phillippy, Patricia Berrahou, 1960- editor.
Cambridge University Press
Related To Original 9781107137066 1107137063 (DLC) 2017042281
ISBN 9781316480267 (electronic bk.)
1316480267 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # ebd41857009
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