Privileging gender in early modern England / Jean R. Brink, editor.

Contributor(s): Brink, J. RSeries: Sixteenth century essays & studies ; v. 23Publication details: Kirksville, Mo. : Sixteenth Century Journal Publishers, c1993Description: vi, 250 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0940474247 (alk. paper)Subject(s): English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism | English literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism | Women and literature -- England -- History -- 16th century | Authorship -- Sex differences | Sex role in literatureDDC classification: 820.9/9287/09031 LOC classification: PR418.W65 | P75 1993
Contents:
The books and lives of three Tudor women / Mary Erler -- "Unlock my lipps" : the Miserere mei Deus of Anne Vaughan Lok and Mary Sidney Herbert, Countess of Pembroke / Margaret P. Hannay -- Historical difference/Sexual difference / Phyllis Rackin -- The taming-school : The taming of the shrew as lesson in Renaissance humanism / Margaret Downs-Gamble -- An intertextual study of Volumnia : from legend to character in Shakespeare's Coriolanus / Catherine La Courreye Blecki --Domesticating the dark lady / Jean R. Brink -- Forming the commonwealth : including, excluding, and criminalizing women in Heywood's Edward IV and Shakespeare's Henry IV / Jean E. Howard -- Private and public : the boundaries of women's lives in early Stuart England / Retha M. Warnicke -- Resurrecting the author : Elizabeth Tanfield Cary / Donald W. Foster -- Dictionary English and the female tongue / Juliet Fleming --Re-gendering individualism : Margaret Fell Fox and Quaker rhetoric / Judith Kegan Gardiner -- "Marrying that hated object" : the carnival of desire in Behn's The rover / Mark S. Lussier.
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PR 418.W65 PRIV 1993 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 35678000835114

Includes bibliographical references (p.) and index.

The books and lives of three Tudor women / Mary Erler -- "Unlock my lipps" : the Miserere mei Deus of Anne Vaughan Lok and Mary Sidney Herbert, Countess of Pembroke / Margaret P. Hannay -- Historical difference/Sexual difference / Phyllis Rackin -- The taming-school : The taming of the shrew as lesson in Renaissance humanism / Margaret Downs-Gamble -- An intertextual study of Volumnia : from legend to character in Shakespeare's Coriolanus / Catherine La Courreye Blecki --Domesticating the dark lady / Jean R. Brink -- Forming the commonwealth : including, excluding, and criminalizing women in Heywood's Edward IV and Shakespeare's Henry IV / Jean E. Howard -- Private and public : the boundaries of women's lives in early Stuart England / Retha M. Warnicke -- Resurrecting the author : Elizabeth Tanfield Cary / Donald W. Foster -- Dictionary English and the female tongue / Juliet Fleming --Re-gendering individualism : Margaret Fell Fox and Quaker rhetoric / Judith Kegan Gardiner -- "Marrying that hated object" : the carnival of desire in Behn's The rover / Mark S. Lussier.