48 Hours Only | Save up to $12. Get the code »

Gender and Authorship in the Sidney Circle

by

Write The First Customer Review

This study demonstrates the extent to which reading and writing were gendered acts in 16th- and early 17th-century England. Renaissance gender ideology did not prevent women from writing altogether, but it affected all writing by creating different standards of acceptability for female writers than for their male counterparts. Lamb explores the effect of this gendered ideology of authors in a famous Renaissance family - the Sidneys: Sir Philip Sidney, his sister, the Countess of Pembroke, and his niece, Mary Wroth, two ...

Gender and Authorship in the Sidney Circle 1991, University of Wisconsin Press

ISBN-13: 9780299126940

Trade paperback

Select
Gender and Authorship in the Sidney Circle 1991, University of Wisconsin Press

ISBN-13: 9780299126902

Hardcover

Select