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Early modern women and transnational communities of letters / edited by Julie D. Campbell, Anne R. Larsen ; with a foreword by Diana Robin ; and an afterword by Margaret J.M. Ezell
Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2009
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 4th Floor  PN721 .E27 2009    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism
Literature, Modern -- 17th century -- History and criticism
Literature, Modern -- 15th and 16th centuries -- History and criticism
Women and literature -- History -- 17th century
Women and literature -- History
Physical Description xxii, 330 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [289]-320) and index
Contents Letters make the family: Nassau family correspondence at the turn of the seventeeth century / Susan Broomhall -- Letters and lace: Arcangela Tarabotti and convent culture in seicento Venice / Meredith K. Ray -- Women, letters, and heresy in sixteenth-century Italy: Giulia Gonzaga's heterodox epistolary network / Camilla Russell -- The gender of the book: Jeanne de Marnef Pernette du Guillet / Leah Chang -- "Some improvement to their spiritual and eternal state": women's prayers in the seventeeth-century Church of England / Sharon L. Arnoult -- The public life of Anne Vaughn Lock: her reception in England and Scotland / Susan M. Felch -- Esther Inglis: linguist, calligrapher, miniaturist, and Christian humanist / Sarah Gwyneth Ross -- Courtliness, piety, and politics: emblem books by Georgette de Montenay, Anna Roemers Visscher, and Esther Inglis / Martine van Elk -- Crossing international borders: tutors and the transmission of young women's writing / Julie D. Campbell -- Journeying across borders: Catherine de Roche's catalog of modern women intellectuals / Anne R. Larsen -- Forming familles d'alliance: intellectual kinship in the republic of letters / Carol Pal -- Afterword: Critical distance / Margaret J.M. Ezell
Series Women and gender in the early modern world
Alternate Author Campbell, Julie D., 1965-
Larsen, Anne R

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