World-Making Renaissance Women: Rethinking Early Modern Women’s Place in Literature and Culture
The sixteen women discussed in this collection were world-makers whose craft influenced cultural practice so incisively that their shaping authority can be traced far beyond their moment. For scholars and students of English literature, this volume shows why Renaissance culture cannot be rightly understood when women writers are ignored.
Pamela S. Hammons (University of Miami); Brandie R. Siegfried (Brigham Young University, Utah)
- Cambridge University Press
- 300 pages
- United Kingdom
- Literary studies: c 1500 to c 1800