Ashgate Critical Essays on Women Writers in England, by Micheline White

By Micheline White

Anne Lock, Isabella Whitney and Aemilia Lanyer have emerged as very important literary figures some time past ten years and students have more and more discovered that their daring and infrequently unorthodox works problem previously-held conceptions approximately women's engagement with early smooth secular and non secular literary tradition. This quantity collects the most influential and leading edge essays that elucidate those women's works from quite a lot of feminist, literary, aesthetic, monetary, racial, sexual and theological views. the amount is prefaced via a longer editorial evaluation of scholarship within the field.

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