Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700
Helen Wilcox, Professor of English Literature Helen Wilcox
Cambridge University Press, 13.11.1996 г. - 307 страници
This is the first comprehensive introduction to the works and social contexts of women writers in early modern Britain, a paradoxical period when it was considered unfeminine to write and yet women were the authors of many poems, translations, conduct books, autobiographies, plays, pamphlets and other texts. Leading scholars examine the history of women's role in and access to literary culture, and the work of individual women writers. A unique chronology offers a woman-centered perspective on historical and literary events, and there is a guide to further reading.
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Humanist education and the Renaissance concept of woman
Religion and the construction of femininity
Advice for women from mothers and patriarchs
Women reading reading women
Womenwomen and the stage
Feminine modes of knowing and scientific enquiry Margaret Cavendishs poetry as case study
Renaissance concepts of the woman writer
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