Index vii Preface This book examines why English women writers contributed to a central Renaissance lyric form, the sonnet sequence, in such small numbers and at such odd times in the development of the genre. However, this book uses the example of this single, idiosyncratic genre for two purposes. Such instances of absence do not constitute natural examples of feminine limitation that can pass unremarked, but phenomena themselves that might be examined, questioned and analyzed. An early reader of this material commented that she could not see how anyone could make an argument from such a strange collection of poetry.
Extensive bibliographies on works by and about early modern Italian women can be found at http: The following websites are also related to ours: Thus far 4 issues have appeared, — The journal contains articles, a forum, and book reviews, with special attention to websites, exhibitions, and publications in selected fields.
The files are of course searchable, which should increase the usefulness of the list of essays in edited volumes. The bibliography will be regularly updated. The Contest for Knowledge. Rebecca Messbarger and Paula Findlen, introd.
University of Chicago Press, Declamation on the Nobility and Preeminence of the Female Sex. The Family in Renaissance Florence. University of South Carolina Press, Love in the Mirror. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Selected Poems of Isabella Andreini.
Autobiography and Other Writings. Lessons for my Daughter. Dialogue on the Infinity of Love.
Rinaldina Russell and Bruce Merry, introd. The Examinations of Anne Askew. Women Writers in English, — Oxford University Press, The First English Feminist: Reflections on Marriage and Other Writings.
Letters concerning the Love of God. Derek Taylor and Melvyn New. The Early Modern Englishwoman — Selected Poems and Translations: Constructions of Femininity in England: Autobiographical Writings by Early Quaker Women. Bacon, Lady Anne Cooke. University of Pennsylvania Press, Translation of the Preface and Book 2.
Battiferra degli Ammannati, Laura. Laura Battiferra and her Literary Circle. Love Letters between a Nobleman and His Sister.Cochrane Correspondence James Dennistoun (ed.), The Cochrane correspondence regarding the affairs of Glasgow (Glasgow, ) Commons Journals The Journals of the House of Commons and Ballantrae on the south Ayrshire coast.
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Donaldson explores the reigns of James V through James VII, including early relations with Henry, while Wormald offers an examination of Scotland in the 16th century, but with references to relations with England.