Gender, Authorship, and Early Modern Women's Collaboration.

By: Pender, PatriciaMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandEarly Modern Literature in History Ser: Publisher: Cham : Palgrave Macmillan US, 2017Copyright date: ©2017Description: 1 online resource (299 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319587776Subject(s): Women and literature-History | Women authors-HistoryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Gender, Authorship, and Early Modern Women's CollaborationDDC classification: 820.992870903 LOC classification: PN1-PN6790Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1 Introduction: Gender, Authorship, and Early Modern Women’s Collaboration -- Canonical Early Modern Literary Collaboration Under Pressure: A Tale of Two Jeffries -- Taxonomies of Early Modern Women’s Collaboration -- Bibliography -- Part I Literary and Intertextual Co-labor -- Chapter 2 Katherine Parr, Henry VIII, and Royal Literary Collaboration -- Recovering Katherine Parr as the Translator of the Psalms or Prayers -- Writing for and with Henry: Parr’s Translations of Fisher, Witzel, and Erasmus -- Writing as Henry: Psalms or Prayers as a Form of Royal Ventriloquism -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 Collaboration in the Parliamentary Speeches of Queen Elizabeth I -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4 Conflicted Collaboration in The Mothers Legacy -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 Collaboration, Authorship, and Gender in the Paratexts Accompanying Translations by Susan Du Verger and Judith Man -- Bibliography -- Part II Collective Contexts and Material Co-production -- Chapter 6 Literary Gifts: Performance and Collaboration in the ArundelLumley Family Manuscripts -- Ioannes Radcliffus, John Radcliffe -- Maria Arundell, Mary Howard (née Fitzalan), Duchess of Norfolk -- Ioanna Lumleya, Jane (Lady) Lumley -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7 The Clerics and the Learned Lady: Intertextuality in the Religious Writings of Lady Jane Grey -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8 Paratextual Marginalia, Early Modern Women, and Collaboration -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9 “All Fell Not in Pharsalias Field”: Lucy Harington Russell and the Historical Epic -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10 “A Veray Patronesse”: Margaret Beaufort and the Early English Printers -- Bibliography -- Chapter 11 Afterword: “Her Book” and Early Modern Modes of Collaboration -- Who Wrote What?.
Whose Book Is It? -- Bibliography -- Bibliography -- Index.
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Intro -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Chapter 1 Introduction: Gender, Authorship, and Early Modern Women’s Collaboration -- Canonical Early Modern Literary Collaboration Under Pressure: A Tale of Two Jeffries -- Taxonomies of Early Modern Women’s Collaboration -- Bibliography -- Part I Literary and Intertextual Co-labor -- Chapter 2 Katherine Parr, Henry VIII, and Royal Literary Collaboration -- Recovering Katherine Parr as the Translator of the Psalms or Prayers -- Writing for and with Henry: Parr’s Translations of Fisher, Witzel, and Erasmus -- Writing as Henry: Psalms or Prayers as a Form of Royal Ventriloquism -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3 Collaboration in the Parliamentary Speeches of Queen Elizabeth I -- Bibliography -- Chapter 4 Conflicted Collaboration in The Mothers Legacy -- Bibliography -- Chapter 5 Collaboration, Authorship, and Gender in the Paratexts Accompanying Translations by Susan Du Verger and Judith Man -- Bibliography -- Part II Collective Contexts and Material Co-production -- Chapter 6 Literary Gifts: Performance and Collaboration in the ArundelLumley Family Manuscripts -- Ioannes Radcliffus, John Radcliffe -- Maria Arundell, Mary Howard (née Fitzalan), Duchess of Norfolk -- Ioanna Lumleya, Jane (Lady) Lumley -- Bibliography -- Chapter 7 The Clerics and the Learned Lady: Intertextuality in the Religious Writings of Lady Jane Grey -- Bibliography -- Chapter 8 Paratextual Marginalia, Early Modern Women, and Collaboration -- Bibliography -- Chapter 9 “All Fell Not in Pharsalias Field”: Lucy Harington Russell and the Historical Epic -- Bibliography -- Chapter 10 “A Veray Patronesse”: Margaret Beaufort and the Early English Printers -- Bibliography -- Chapter 11 Afterword: “Her Book” and Early Modern Modes of Collaboration -- Who Wrote What?.

Whose Book Is It? -- Bibliography -- Bibliography -- Index.

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