Aemilia Lanyer: Gender, Genre, and the Canon

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University Press of Kentucky, 2002 - 366 Seiten
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AL Rowses Dark Lady
10
2 Looking for Patrons
29
Seizing Discourses and Reinventing Genres
49
Sacred Celebration The Patronage Poems
60
Vocation and Authority Born to Write
83
The Feminist Poetics of Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum
99
The Gendering of Genre Literary History and the Canon
128
Mother Tongue Maternity and Subjectivity
143
The Love of Other Women Rich Chains and Sweet Kisses
167
The Gospel According to Aemilia Women and the Sacred
191
Pardon though I have digrest Digression as Style in Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum
212
Annotated Bibliography Texts and Criticism of Aemilia Bassano Lanyer
234
List of Contributors
255
Index
257
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