'This double voice' : gendered writing in early modern England / edited by Danielle Clarke and Elizabeth Clarke

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Subjects: English literature--Early modern, 1500-1700--History and criticism
Women and literature--England--History--16th century
Women and literature--England--History--17th century
English literature--Women authors--History and criticism
English literature--Male authors--History and criticism
Literature and history--Great Britain
Gender identity in literature
Sex role in literature
Men in literature
Formats: Print
Material Type: Books
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2000
Series: Early modern literature in history
LC Classification: P, PR
Table of Contents: Notes on the Contributors
Acknowledgments
Introduction / Danielle Clarke 1
1. Female Authority and Authorization Strategies in Early Modern Europe / Jane Stevenson 16
2. 'In a mirrour clere': Protestantism and Politics in Anne Lok's Miserere mei Deus / Rosalind Smith 41
3. 'Formd into words by your divided lips': Women, Rhetoric and the Ovidian Tradition / Danielle Clarke 61
4. The Voices of Anne Cooke, Lady Anne and Lady Bacon / Alan Stewart 88
5. Old Wives' Tales Retold: the Mutations of the Fairy Queen / Diane Purkiss 103
6. Giving Time to Women: the Eternizing Project in Early Modern England / Amy Boesky 123
7. The 'Double Voice' of Renaissance Equity and the Literary Voices of Women / Lorna Hutson 142
8. 'For Worth, Not Weakness, Makes in Use but One': Literary Dialogues in an English Renaissance Family / Marion Wynne-Davies 164
9. 'Whom the Lord with love affecteth': Gender and the Religious Poet, 1590-1633 / Helen Wilcox 185
10. Ejaculation or Virgin Birth? The Gendering of the Religious Lyric in the Interregnum / Elizabeth Clarke 208
11. Unfettered Organs: The Polemical Voices of Katherine Philips / James Loxley 230
12. A Voice for Hermaphroditical Education / Frances Teague 249
Index 270
Additional Authors: Clarke, Danielle, 1966-
Clarke, Elizabeth, 1954-
Notes: LCCN: 99088692
ISBN: 0312232209
Contents: Female authority and authorization strategies in early modern Europe / Jane Stevenson -- 'In a mirrour clere': Protestantism and politics in Anne Lok's Miserere mei Deus / Rosalind Smith -- 'Formd into words by your divided lips': women, rhetoric and the Ovidian tradition / Danielle Clarke -- The voices of Anne Cooke, Lady Anne and Lady Bacon / Alan Stewart -- Old wives' tales retold: the mutations of the Fairy Queen / Diane Purkiss -- Giving time to women: the eternizing project in early modern England / Amy Boesky -- The 'double voice' of renaissance equity and the literary voices of women / Lorna Hutson -- 'For worth, not weakness, makes in use but one': literary dialogues in an English renaissance family / Marion Wynne-Davis -- 'Whom the Lord with love affecteth': gender and the religious poet, 1590-1633 / Helen Wilcox -- Ejaculation or virgin birth? the gendering of the religious lyric in the Interregnum / Elizabeth Clarke -- Unfettered organs: the polemical voices of Katherine Philips / James Loxley -- A voice for hermaphroditical education / Frances Teague
Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical Description: x, 280 p. : geneal. table ; 23 cm
OCLC Number: 43115160
ISBN/ISSN: 0312232209

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