English Manuscript Studies Vol 9: Writings by Early Modern Women

English Manuscript Studies Vol 9: Writings by Early Modern Women

This is the ninth volume in the series on English manuscript studies. It addresses writings by early modern women.

Contents:
Women, writing and scribal publication in the sixteenth century / J. Stevenson --
Princess Elizabeth's hand in The glass of the sinful soul / F. Teague --
Dame Flora's blossoms: Esther Inglis's flower-illustrated manuscripts / A. Tjan-Bakker --
Hand-ma[i]de books: the manuscripts of Esther Inglis, early-modern precursors of the artists' book / G. Ziegler --
Two unpublished letters by Mary Herbert, countess of Pembroke / S. May --
Elizabeth Ashburnham Richardson's 'Motherlie endeauors' / V. Burke --
Elizabeth Ashburnham Richardson's Meditation on the Countess of Pembroke's Discourse / M. Hannay --
Approbation of Elizabeth Jocelin / S. Brown --
'Monument of an endless affection': Folger ms V.b.198 and Lady Anne Southwell / J. Klene --
Scribal hands and dating of Lady Falkland: her life / H. Wolfe --
Elizabeth Jekyll's spiritual diary: private manuscript or political document? / E. Clarke --
Swansongs: reading voice in the poetry of Lady Hester Pulter / M. Robson --
Lucy Hutchinson and Order and disorder: the manuscript evidence / D. Norbrook --
Manuscripts at auction: January 1999 to December 1999 / A.S.G. Edwards.


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