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Producing Women''s Poetry, 1600–1730 [electronic resource] : Text and Paratext, Manuscript and Print

By: Wright, Gillian.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 2013Description: 1 online resource (286 p.).ISBN: 9781107346048.Subject(s): English poetry -- 18th century -- History and criticism | English poetry -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism | English poetry -- Women authors -- History and criticism | Poetry -- Publishing -- Great Britain -- History -- 17th century | Poetry -- Publishing -- Great Britain --History -- 18th century | Women and literature -- England -- History -- 17th century | Women and literature -- England -- History -- 18th centuryGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Producing Women''s Poetry, 1600–1730 : Text and Paratext, Manuscript and PrintDDC classification: 821.009/9287 | 821.0099287 LOC classification: PR545.W6 W85 2013Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Table of contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Textual conventions; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1 The resources of manuscript: Anne Southwell, readership and literary property; Southwell'' s life; The Southwell manuscripts: agency, interests, compilation; Folger 198 and textual transmission; Lansdowne 740: writing for the king?; Manuscript, readership and literary confidence; Chapter 2 The material muse: Anne Bradstreet in manuscript and print; Presenting the Muse; Mediating the Muse; Manuscript into print; Bradstreet, readership and verse history; The material Muse
Chapter 3 The extraordinary Katherine PhilipsPhilips by herself: the poetry of the Tutin manuscript; Poet of the Restoration: Clarke, Dering, and Poems, by Several Persons; Philips in print: Poems (1664); The posthumous poet: the Rosania manuscript and Poems (1667); Philips and literary history; Chapter 4 The anxieties of agency: compilation, publicity and judgement in Anne Finch´s poetry; Constructing agency: the conditions for Finch´s writing; The early manuscripts; Miscellany Poems; The Wellesley manuscript, Jacobitism and the judgement of God
Chapter 5 Publishing Marinda: Robert Molesworth, Mary Monck and Caroline of AnsbachMary Monck and the Molesworths; Constructing Marinda and ''Marinda''; Dedicating Marinda: the Commonwealthsman and the Princess; ''Poems and Translations Upon Several Occasions''; ''Moccoli''; Publishing Marinda; Conclusion: producing women's poetry; Select bibliography; Manuscripts; British and Irish repositories; North American repositories; Early printed texts; Modern editions and anthologies; Secondary texts; Unpublished doctoral theses; Index
Summary: Gillian Wright combines literary and bibliographical approaches to examine the work of five English women poets in the period 1600-1730.
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Table of contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Textual conventions; Abbreviations; Introduction; Chapter 1 The resources of manuscript: Anne Southwell, readership and literary property; Southwell'' s life; The Southwell manuscripts: agency, interests, compilation; Folger 198 and textual transmission; Lansdowne 740: writing for the king?; Manuscript, readership and literary confidence; Chapter 2 The material muse: Anne Bradstreet in manuscript and print; Presenting the Muse; Mediating the Muse; Manuscript into print; Bradstreet, readership and verse history; The material Muse

Chapter 3 The extraordinary Katherine PhilipsPhilips by herself: the poetry of the Tutin manuscript; Poet of the Restoration: Clarke, Dering, and Poems, by Several Persons; Philips in print: Poems (1664); The posthumous poet: the Rosania manuscript and Poems (1667); Philips and literary history; Chapter 4 The anxieties of agency: compilation, publicity and judgement in Anne Finch´s poetry; Constructing agency: the conditions for Finch´s writing; The early manuscripts; Miscellany Poems; The Wellesley manuscript, Jacobitism and the judgement of God

Chapter 5 Publishing Marinda: Robert Molesworth, Mary Monck and Caroline of AnsbachMary Monck and the Molesworths; Constructing Marinda and ''Marinda''; Dedicating Marinda: the Commonwealthsman and the Princess; ''Poems and Translations Upon Several Occasions''; ''Moccoli''; Publishing Marinda; Conclusion: producing women's poetry; Select bibliography; Manuscripts; British and Irish repositories; North American repositories; Early printed texts; Modern editions and anthologies; Secondary texts; Unpublished doctoral theses; Index

Gillian Wright combines literary and bibliographical approaches to examine the work of five English women poets in the period 1600-1730.

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