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Title The history of British women's writing / [general editors, Jennie Batchelor and Cora Kaplan]

Publ Info Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010-
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Note Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents v. 1. 700-1500 / edited by Liz Herbert McAvoy and Diane Watt -- v. 2. 1500-1610 / edited by Caroline Bicks and Jennifer Summit -- v. 3. 1610-1690 / edited by Mihoko Suzuki -- v. 4. 1690-1750 / edited by Ros Ballaster -- v. 5. 1750-1830 / edited by Jacqueline M. Labbe -- -- v. 8. 1920-1945 / edited by Maroula Joannou
v. 1: Introduction: writing a history of women's writing from 700 to 1500 / L. Herbert McAvoy & D.Watt -- Part I: pre-texts and contexts. Women and the origins of English literature / C.A. Lees & G.R. Overing -- Literary production before and after the conquest / C.A.M. Clarke -- The French of the English and early British women's literary culture / C. Batt -- Women writers in Wales / J. Cartwright -- Medieval antifeminism / A. Bernau -- Part II: bodies, behaviours and texts. Romance / C. Saunders -- Saints' lives / S. Horner -- Devotional literature / M.M. Sauer -- Marian literature / S. Niebryzdowski -- Late medieval conduct literature / M.J. Seaman -- Part III: literacies and literary cultures. Women and their manuscripts / C.M. Meale -- Women and reading / L.Farina -- Women and networks of literary production / E.Robertson -- Anonymous writers / L.H. McAvoy -- Women translators / A. Barratt -- Women's letters, 1350-1500 / J.Daybell -- Part IV: female authority. Christine de Pizan and Joan of Arc / N.B. Warren -- Mary of Oignies / J.N. Brown -- Bridget of Sweden / L. Saetveit Miles -- Catherine of Siena / A.C. Grisé -- Julian of Norwich / A. Appleford -- Margery Kempe / D.Watt -- 'A revelation of purgatory' / M.C. Erler
v. 2: Introduction / C. Bicks & J.Summit -- Part I: reading and writing. Reading women / H.Brayman Hackel -- Literary circles and communities / J. Crawford -- Women in early English print culture / A. Coldiron -- Part II: writing places: domestic settings. Household writing / C. Richardson -- Maternal advice / E.Snook -- Letters / L. Magnusson -- Playing spaces. The street / P.A. Brown -- The theater / M. Wynne-Davies -- Tudor courts. The courts / C.Sale -- Elizabeth I / C. Coch -- Part III: developing histories. Religious writing and reformation / N. Bradley Warren -- Race and skin color in early modern women's writing / S. Iyengar -- Translation/historical writing / C. Laoutaris
v. 3: Introduction / M. Suzuki -- Part I: networks, debates, traditions, discourses. Identifying as (women) writers / P. Salzman -- Channeling the gender debate: legitimation and agency in seventeenth-century tracts and women's poetry / M. Matchinske -- All about Eve: seventeenth century women writers and the narrative of the fall / S. Miller -- English civil war women writers and the discourses of fifth monarchism / K. Gillespie -- Part II: modes and sites. Seventeenth-century women's manuscript writing / V. Burke -- Reading seventeenth-century women's letters / S. Wiseman -- 'Herselfe livinge, to be pictured': 'monumental circles' and women's self-portraiture / P. Phillippy -- Part III: new perspectives on literary genres. 'More lively, parfett, lasting, and more true': Mary Wroth's indefensible apologies for poesy / C. Kinney -- Valuing early modern women's verse in the twenty-first century / P. Hammons -- Early modern english women dramatists (1610-1690): new perspectives / M. Wynne-Davies -- History, satire, and fiction by British women writers in the seventeenth century / M. Reeves -- Part IV: revisioning contexts. Critiquing the sexual economies of marriage / T.Jankowski -- 'The empire of man over the inferiour creatures': British women, race, and seventeenth-century science / C. Malcolmson -- Questioning gender, war, and the 'Old Lie': the military expertise of Margaret Cavendish / J. Wright -- Women, civil war, and empire: the politics of translation in Katherine Philips's Pompey and Horace / M. Suzuki -- English women's writing and islamic empires, 1610-90 / B. Andrea
v. 4: Introduction / R. Ballaster -- Part I: debates. Woman's place / K. O'Brien -- Luxury / E.J. Clery -- The country and the city / C. Gerrard -- Part II: transformations. The politics and aesthetics of dissent / S. Achinstein -- The Scriblerian project / J. Campbell -- Women writers and the rise of the novel / K. Williams -- Part III: writing modes. Scribal and print publication / K. King -- Drama / J. Spencer -- The periodical / S.L. Maurer -- Letters and learning / M. Bigold -- Part IV: worlds of feeling. Religious love / J. Shaw -- Erotic love / T. Bowers -- The love of friendship / M. Haslett
v. 5: Introduction: defining 'women's writing'; or, writing 'the history' / J.M. Labbe -- Part I: 1750-1830: overviews. Women and print culture, 1750-1830 / M. Levy -- Women's travel writing, 1750-1830 / K. Turner -- Part II: 1750-1800: Revolutions in female writing. Bluestocking women and the negotiations of oral, manuscript and print cultures / B.A. Schellenberg -- '[T]o strike a little out of a road already so much beaten': gender, genre and the mid-century novel / J. Batchelor -- Anglophone Welsh women's poetry 1750-1784: Jane Cave and Anne Penny / S. Prescott -- The poem that ate America: Helen Maria Williams' ode on the peace (1783) / K. Davies -- Picturing benevolence against the commercial cry, 1750-1798: or, Sarah Fielding and the secret causes of romanticism / D. Landry -- Women writers and abolition / D. Coleman -- Charlotte Smith, Mary Wollstonecraft, and the romance of real life / S. Curran -- Charlotte Smith, Mary Robinson, and the first year of war with France / H. Guest -- Part III: 1800-1830: worlds of writing. The Porter sisters, women's writing, and historical fiction / D. Looser -- Joanna Baillie's emblematic theatre / B. Bolton -- National internationalism: women's writings and European literature, 1800-1830 / D. Saglia -- Jane Austen's critical response to women's writing: 'a good spot for fault-finding' / O. Murphy -- Mary Tighe and the coterie of British women poets in psyche / H.K. Linkin -- Influence, anxiety, and erasure in women's writing: romantic becomes victorian / S.C. Behrendt
v. 8: Introduction. Modernism, modernity, and the middlebrow in context / Maroula Joannou -- Part I. Mapping modernism. Gender in modernism / Bonnie Kime Scott ; Exemplary intermodernists : Stevie Smith, Inez Holden, Betty Miller, and Naomi Mitchison / Kristin Bluemel ; Virginia Woolf and the aesthetics of modernism / Jane Goldman ; The art of bi-location : Sylvia Townsend Warner / Maud Ellmann -- Part II. Cultural hierarchy. The feminine middlebrow novel / Nicola Humble ; Women and comedy / Sophie Blanch ; The woman's historical novel / Diana Wallace ; "Queens of crime" : the "golden age" of crime fiction / Cora Kaplan -- Part III. Gendered genres. Poetry, 1920-1945 / Jane Dowson ; Drama, 1920-1945 / Rebecca D'Monté ; The woman journalist, 1920-1945 / Catherine Clay -- Part IV. The mobile woman. Caught in the triple net? Welsh, Scottish, and Irish women writers / Katie Gramich ; Women's writing in the Second World War / Gill Plain ; Women writing empire / Lisa Regan ; Women writing the city / Deborah Longworth ; Myths of passage : Paris and Parallax / Tory Young
Note "Volume 1 focuses on women's literary history in Britain between 700 and 1500. It brings to the fore a wide range of women's literary activity undertaken in Latin, Welsh and Anglo-Norman alongside that of the English vernacular, demanding a rethinking of the traditions of literary history, and ultimately the concept of 'writing' itself
Rethinking the history of women's writing and literary history itself, this volume 2 examines the diversity of early women's writing (from verse and songs to household records and recipes), offering a new paradigm for understanding women's shaping roles in the literary, religious, and political movements of the sixteenth century
During the seventeenth century, in response to political and social upheavals such as the English Civil Wars, women produced writings in both manuscript and print. This volume 3 represents recent scholarship that has uncovered new texts as well as introduced new paradigms to further our understanding of women's literary history during this period
This volume 4 charts the most significant changes for a literary history of women in a period that saw the beginnings of a discourse of 'enlightened feminism'. It reveals that women engaged in forms old and new, seeking to shape and transform the culture of letters rather than simply reflect or respond to the work of their male contemporaries
This period witnessed the first full flowering of women's writing in Britain. This illuminating volume 5 features leading scholars who draw upon the last 25 years of scholarship and textual recovery to demonstrate the literary and cultural significance of women in the period, discussing writers such as Austen, Wollstonecraft and Mary Shelley."--pub. desc
LC subject English literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism
Women and literature -- Great Britain -- History
Add Author Batchelor, Jennie, 1976-
Kaplan, Cora
Bicks, Caroline, 1966-
Summit, Jennifer
ISBN 9780230235106 (v. 1)
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9780230218345 (v. 2)
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9780230549388 (v. 4)
0230549381 (v. 4)
9780230550711 (v. 5)
0230550711 (v. 5)
9780230282797 (v. 8)
0230282792 (v. 8)