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Author Miller, Naomi.

Title Changing the subject : Mary Wroth and figurations of gender in early modern England / Naomi J. Miller.

Imprint Lexington : The University Press of Kentucky, ©2015.

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Description 1 online resource (294 pages).
Series Studies in the English Renaissance
Studies in the English Renaissance.
Contents Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; 1 Figurations of Gender; 2 Dark Lady: This Self Which Is Not One; 3 Matriarch's Daughter: Ties That Bind; 4 Sovereign Subject: The Politics of Gender; 5 Engendering Discourse: In a Different Voice; 6 Between Women: Becoming Visible; Epilogue: Changing the Subject; Notes; Index.
Summary Lady Mary Wroth (c. 1587-1653) wrote the first sonnet sequence in English by a woman, one of the first plays by a woman, and the first published work of fiction by an Englishwoman. Yet, despite her status as a member of the distinguished Sidney family, Wroth met with disgrace at court for her authorship of a prose romance, which was adjudged an inappropriate endeavor for a woman and was forcibly withdrawn from publication. Only recently has recognition of Wroth's historical and literary importance been signaled by the publication of the first modern edition of her romance, The Countess of Mou.
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Subject Wroth, Mary, Lady, approximately 1586-approximately 1640.
Wroth, Mary, Lady, approximately 1586-approximately 1640.
Authorship -- Sex differences.
Sex role in literature.
Women and literature -- England -- History -- 17th century.
Chronological Term 1600-1699
Genre/Form Electronic books.
History.
Other Form: Print version: Miller, Naomi. Changing The Subject : Mary Wroth and Figurations of Gender in Early Modern England. Lexington : The University Press of Kentucky, ©2015 9780813119649
ISBN 9780813158846 (electronic bk.)
0813158842 (electronic bk.)