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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Victoria Elizabeth Burke; Jonathan Gibson
|Notes:||Publ. d'après les travaux de séminaires organisés par la "Nottingham Trent university" (Nottingham, GB) et le "Trinity college" (Cambridge, GB) de 1997 à 2003 dans le cadre du projet intitulé "Perdita project"|
|Description:||1 vol. (XII-288 p.) : fac-sim. ; 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Foreword; Introduction; 'Desiring women writing': female voices and courtly 'balets' in some early Tudor manuscript albums, Elizabeth Heale; Katherine Parr, Princess Elizabeth and the crucified Christ, Jonathan Gibson; Mildred Cecil, Lady Burleigh: poetry, politics and protestantism, Jane Stevenson; Reading friends: women's participation in 'masculine' literary culture, Victoria E. Burke; Dubh's Keens: literary negotiations in early modern Ireland, Marie-Louise Coolahan; Lady Anne Southwell's indictment of Adam, Erica Longfellow; Reading bells and loose papers: reading and writing practices of the English Benedictine nuns of Cambrai and Paris, Heather Wolfe; The notebooks of Rachael Fane: education for authorship?, Caroline Bowden; 'And Trophes of his praises make': providence and poetry in Katherine Austen's Book M, 1664-1668, Sarah Ross; The books, manuscripts and literary patronage of Mrs Anne Sadleir (1585-1670), Arnold Hunt; Perfecting practice? Women, manuscript recipes and knowledge in early modern England, Sara Pennell; 'Often to my Self I make my mone': early modern women's poetry from the Feilding Family, Alison Shell; Index.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Victoria E. Burke, ... [and] Jonathan Gibson, ....|