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|Named Person:||Thomas Isham, Sir; Ephelia|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ephelia; Maureen Esther Mulvihill
|Description:||xviii, 112 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Introductory note --
A poem to his sacred majesty on the plot. Written by a Gentlewoman (1678) --
A poem as it was presented to his sacred majesty on the discovery of the plott, written by a Lady of quality (1679) --
Female poems on several occasions. Written by Ephelia (1679) --
Advice to his grace ([c. June, 1681]) --
Appendix A. Two portraits of Lady Mary Villiers, by Sir Anthony Van Dyck (c. 1630s)--
Appendix B. "A funerall elegie on Sr. Thomas Isham, Barronet." ([c. 9 August 1681]) --
Appendix C. Title page, Female poems on several occasions. Written by Ephelia. The second edition, with large additions (1682).
|Series Title:||Early modern Englishwoman., Series 2, Part 2 ;, Printed writings, 1641-1700,, v. 8.|
|Other Titles:||Poem to his sacred majesty on the plot.
Poem as it was presented to his sacred majesty on the discovery of the plott.
Female poems on several occasions.
Advice to his grace.
Funerall elegie on Sr. Thomas Isham, Barronet.
|Responsibility:||selected and introduced by Maureen E. Mulvihill.|
'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