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Pilgrimage for Love:  New Essays on Renaissance Literature in Honor of Josephine Roberts

Book Title

Pilgrimage for Love: New Essays on Renaissance Literature in Honor of Josephine Roberts

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Publication Date

1999

Start Page

1

Editors

Sigrid King

Series Title

Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, Volume 213

Chapter Title

Winning ‘the Harts of the People’: The Role of the Political Subject in the Urania

Publisher

Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Place of Publication

Tempe, AZ

Keywords

English literature -- Early Modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism

Subject

English literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism, English literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism, Wroth, Mary, Lady -- approximately 1586-approximately 1640 -- Criticism and interpretation, Women and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 16th century, Women and literature -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century., Countesse of Mountgomeries Urania

Department

English

Disciplines

English Language and Literature

Description

Includes bibliographical references and index

Winning "the harts of the people" : the role of the political science in the Urania / Elaine Beilin -- The politics of the past : Restoration women writers on women reading history / Margaret J.M. Ezell -- The Countess of Pembroke as a Spenserian poet / Margaret P. Hannay -- Margaret Hoby's diary / Mary Ellen Lamb -- Relations of power, relations to power, and power(ful) relations : Mary Fage, Robert Fage, and Fames roule / Betty S. Travitsky -- Where are the bibliographers of yesteryear? / W. Speed Hill -- Text, context, and the authorship of The booke of Sir Thomas Moore / Arthur F. Kinney -- Poetry's birth : the maternal subtext of Mary Wroth's Pamphilia to Amphilantrus / Mary Villeponteaux -- Agency and marriage in the fictions of Lady Mary Wroth and Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle / Anne Shaver -- Resistant mothers and hidden children / Suzanne Gossett -- Finding a poetic voice of her own : Lady Mary Wroth's Urania / Paula Harms Payne -- Charlotte Charke and the liminality of bi-genderings / Polly S. Fields -- Crossing over : Shakespeare, Wroth, and the stories of our lives / Gary Waller

Comments

Book digitized by The University of Toronto with permission from copyright holder. See record on Archive.org for details: Complete monograph at Archive.org

WorldCat: 606456890
Faculty Book Collection number: FBC026

ISBN

0866982558

Document Type

Book

Pilgrimage for Love:  New Essays on Renaissance Literature in Honor of Josephine Roberts

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