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Early modern women's manuscript writing : selected papers from the Trinity-Trent Colloquium

Author: Victoria Elizabeth Burke; Jonathan Gibson
Publisher: Aldershot, Hampshire (GB) ; Burlington, Vt. : Ashgate, cop. 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Because print publishing was often neither possible nor desirable for women in the early modern period, in order to understand the range of writing by women and indeed women's literary history  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Victoria Elizabeth Burke; Jonathan Gibson
ISBN: 0754604691 9780754604693
OCLC Number: 690404640
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: 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; Caitlin 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, ....
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