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Women writing back/writing women back 1 edition

Women writing back/writing women back
Anke Gilleir

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Women writing back/writing women back
transnational perspectives from the late Middle Ages to the dawn of the modern era
edited by Anke Gilleir, Alicia C. Montoya, Suzan van Dijk

Published 2010 by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Introduction: toward a new conception of women's literary history / Anke Gilleir and Alicia C. Montoya
'To promote God's praise and her neighbour's salvation'. Strategies of authorship and readership among mystic women in the later Middle Ages / Madeleine Jeay and Kathleen Garay
Gendering place: the role of place in Anne Krabbe's Ballad works / Anne-Marie Mai
'To make frequent assemblies, associations, and combinations amongst our sex.' Nascent ideas of female bonding in seventeenth-century England / Ina Schabert
Women and literary sociability in eighteenth-century Lisbon / Vanda Anástacio
Female writing and the use of literary byways. Pastoral drama by Maddalena Campiglia (1553-1595) / Philiep Bossier
Prescriptions for women: alchemy, medicine and the renaissance Querelle des femmes / Meredith K. Ray
The appropriation of the genre of nuptial poetry by Katharina Lescailje (1649-1711) / Nina Geerdink
Madame De Maintenon Au Miroir de sa correspondance: réhabilitation du personnage et redécouverte d'une écriture féminine / Christine Mongenot and Hans Bots
French women writers and heroic genres / Perry Gethner
The tartar girl, the Persian princess, and early modern English women's authorship from Elizabeth II to to Mary Wroth / Bernadette Andrea
A cloistered nun abroad: Arcangela Tarabotti's international literary career / Lara Lynn Westwater
Traveller, pedagogue and cultural mediator: Marie-Elisabeth De La Fite and her female context / Ineke Janse
Translation and intellectual reflection in the works of enlightened Spanish women: Inés Joyes (1731-1808) / Mónica Bolufer
'Nous voudrions que les femmes s'occupent de la littérature': traductions des romanciéres françaises en russie autour de 1800 / Elena Gretchanaia.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Intersections -- v. 16, Intersections (Boston, Mass.) -- v. 16.


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PN721 .W66 2010

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