Privileging Gender in Early Modern England
"The essays in this volume focus on the issue of gender as it relates to texts written by and about women in early modern England. Among the issues considered are the boundaries between private and public life, the problems of divorcing our understanding of the life from the work of a female author, the bibliographical procedures for charting the intellectual history of women, and the historical difference which obtains between categories of masculine and feminine in the sixteenth century and the late twentieth century."--Introduction, page 1.
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