Rethinking the history of women’s writing

From verse and songs to household recipes, The History of British Women’s Writing, 1500-1610, vol. 2 examines the diversity of early women’s writing and offers a new paradigm for understanding women’s roles in shaping sixteenth century literary, religious and political movements.  Co-edited and introduced by Boston College Associate Professor of English Caroline Bicks, the volume rethinks the history of women’s writing—and reconsiders what writing meant to the women who produced and used it—and of literary history itself.
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