Privileging Gender in Early Modern England

Jean R. Brink, ed.

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These essays focus on gender issues in early modern England as expressed in texts written by and about women.  (SCE&S 23)

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Sixteenth Century Essays & Studies, vol. 23

These essays focus on gender issues in early modern as expressed in texts written by and about women. Among the issues considered are the boundaries between private and public life, the problem of separating the female author’s life from her writing, the charting of the intellectual life women writers, and the differences between masculine and feminine approaches to similar subjects.

Scholars of gender studies will relish this collection; and, historians and literature students of early modern Europe should.

—Robert L. Woods, Pomona College

 

Contents

Introduction
Jean R. Brink

The Books and Lives of Three Tudor Women
Mary Erler

“Unlock my lips”: 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-Gable

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

Authors

Jean R. Brink, Professor of English at Arizona State University, also served as director of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. She is the author of Michael Drayton Revisited and articles on sixteenth- and seventeenth-century biography. She is currently working on a documentary biography of Edmund Spenser.

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