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Readings in renaissance women's drama : criticism, history, and performance, 1594-1998

Author: S P Cerasano; Marion Wynne-Davies
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2002.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
History
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Readings in renaissance women's drama.
London ; New York : Routledge, 2002
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: S P Cerasano; Marion Wynne-Davies
ISBN: 0203273656 9780203273654
OCLC Number: 50321480
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 322 pages)
Contents: Part 1. Early commentaries. Mary Sidney is praised to Elizabeth I ; Samuel Daniel to Mary Sidney ; John Davies of Hereford commends Mary Sidney and Elizabeth Cary ; William Sheares to Elizabeth Cary ; Jonson and Wroth ; Elizabeth Cary's biography ; Celebrating several ladies ; The cavalier's lady and her plays ; The first scholarly edition of Mary Sidney's Antonie ; Lumley's play first published ; The first modern edition of Mariam ; Early critical recognition of Elizabeth Cary and Margaret Cavendish ; Woolf on Margaret Cavendish ; T.S. Eliot on Senecan drama ; Virginia Woolf on "Judith Shakespeare" ; The first edition The Concealed Fancies ; Cary and "A Woman's Duty" ; Mary Sidney : Philip's sister. Part 2. Contexts and issues. Women playwrights in England : Renaissance noblewomen / Nancy Cotton --
The arts at the English court of Anna of Denmark / Leeds Barroll --
"My seeled chamber and dark parlour room" : the English country house and Renaissance women dramatists / Marion Wynne-Davies --
Women as patrons of English Renaissance drama / David M. Bergeron --
Women as spectators, spectacles, and paying customers / Jean E. Howard --
Women as theatrical investors : three shareholders and the second Fortune Playhouse / S.P. Cerasano --
"Why may not a lady write a good play?" : plays by early modern women reassessed as performance texts / Gweno Williams. Part 3. Early modern women dramatists. "We princes, I tell you, are set on stages" : Elizabeth I and dramatic self-representation / Carole Levin --
Joanna Lumley (1537?-1576/77) / Elaine V. Beilin --
Jane Lumley's Iphigenia at Aulis: multum in parvo, or, less is more / Stephanie Hodgson-Wright --
"Patronesse of the Muses" / Margaret P. Hannay --
Mary Herbert : Englishing a purified Cleopatra / Tina Krontiris --
Elizabeth Cary (1585-1639) / Elaine V. Beilin --
The spectre of resistance : The Tragedy of Mariam (1613) / Margaret W. Ferguson --
Resisting tyrants : Elizabeth Cary's tragedy / Barbara Kiefer Lewalski --
An unknown continent : Lady Mary Wroth's forgotten pastoral drama, "Loves Victorie" / Margaret Anne McLaren --
"Like one in a gay masque" : the Sidney cousins in the theaters of court and country / Gary Waller --
"To be your daughter in your pen" : the social functions of literature in the writings of Lady Elizabeth Brackley and Lady Jane Cavendish / Margaret J.M. Ezell --
"She gave you the civility of the house" : household performance in The Concealed Fancies / Alison Findlay. Part 3 [continued]. "My brain the stage" : Margaret Cavendish and the fantasy of female performance / Sophie Tomlinson --
"A woman write a play!" : Jonsonian strategies and the dramatic writings of Margaret Cavendish, or, did the duchess feel the anxiety of influence? / Julie Sanders.
Responsibility: edited by S.P. Cerasano and Marion Wynne-Davies.

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