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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Betty Travitsky; Anne Lake Prescott; Robert C Evans
|ISBN:||0754630935 9780754630937 0754630943 9780754630944 0754630951 9780754630951 075463096X 9780754630968 0754630978 9780754630975 0754630986 9780754630982 0754630994 9780754630999 0754608395 9780754608394 0754630927 9780754630920|
|Notes:||Cataloged from first volume, which is v. 3.
Vols. 3-7: Coordinating editor for these volumes, Robert C. Evans.
|Description:||volumes : facsimiles ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||v. 1. An Collins / introduced by Robert C. Evans --
v. 2 Alicia D'Anvers / selected and introduced by Robert C. Evans --
v. 3. "Eliza" / selected and introduced by L.E. Semler --
v. 4. Amey Hayward / introduced by Dana Aspinall --
v. 5. Anne Killigrew / selected and introduced by Patricia Hoffmann --
v. 6. Elizabeth Major / selected and introduced by Jeffry Powers-Beck --
v. 7. Elizabeth Singer [Rowe] / selected and introduced by Jennifer Richards --
v. 8. "Ephelia" / selected and introduced by Maureen E. Mulvihill --
v. 9. Grace Norton [Gethin] and Frances (Freke) Norton / selected and introduced by Bernadette Andrea.
|Other Titles:||Printed writings, 1641-1700|
|Responsibility:||general editors, Betty S. Travitsky and Anne Lake Prescott.|
'Ephelia now takes her clear place in the Age and the canon, and remains a symbol for all those contemporary women writers... Some Ephelia scholars have wondered if she was a man, or a group of men