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Genre and women's life writing in early modern England / edited by Michelle M. Dowd and Julie A. Eckerle.

Other author/creatorEckerle, Julie A., 1971-
Other author/creatorDowd, Michelle M., 1975-
Format Book and Print
Publication InfoAldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2007.
Descriptionxii, 212 pages ; 23 cm.
Supplemental Content Table of contents only
Series Women and gender in the early modern world
Women and gender in the early modern world. ^A517921
Contents "Free and easy as ones discourse"? : genre and self-expression in the poems and letters of early modern Englishwomen / Helen Wilcox -- Domestic papers : manuscript culture and early modern women's life writing / Margaret J. M. Ezell -- "Many hands hands" : writing the self in early modern women's recipe books / Catherine Field -- Serial identity : history, gender, and form in the diary writing of Lady Anne Clifford / Megan Matchinske -- Merging the secular and the spiritual in Lady Anne Halkett's memoirs / Mary Ellen Lamb -- Prefacing texts, authorizing authors, and constructing selves : the preface as autobiographical space / Julie A. Eckerle -- Structures of piety in Elizabeth Richardson's Legacie / Michelle M. Dowd -- Intersubjectivity, intertextuality, and form in the self-writings of Margaret Cavendish / Elspeth Graham -- Margaret Cavendish's domestic experiment / Lara Dodds -- "That All the World May Know " : women's "defense-narratives" and the early novel / Josephine Donovan.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (p. [183]-203) and index.
LCCN 2006032254
ISBN9780754654261 (alk. paper)
ISBN0754654265 (alk. paper)

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