Includes bibliographical references (p. -243) and index.
|Statement||edited by Jennifer Richards and Alison Thorne.|
|Contributions||Richards, Jennifer., Thorne, Alison, 1959-|
|LC Classifications||PR428.W63 R48 2007, PR428.W63 R48 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 254 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||254|
|ISBN 10||0415385261, 041538527X|
|ISBN 10||9780415385268, 9780415385275|
|LC Control Number||2006022253|
Rhetoric, Women and Politics in Early Modern England. Rhetoric has long been a powerful and pervasive force in political and cultural life, yet in the early modern period rhetorical training was generally reserved as a masculine privilege. Rhetoric, Women and Politics in Early Modern England. DOI link for Rhetoric, Women and Politics in Early Modern England Women and Politics in Early Modern England. Rhetoric, Women and Politics in Early Modern England book. Edited By Jennifer Richards, Alison Thorne. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 February Author: Susan Wiseman. English language > Early modern, > Rhetoric. Women > England > History > Renaissance, Women > England > History > 17th century. Rhetoric, women, and politics in early modern England: Exemplarity, women, and political rhetoric / Susan Wiseman -- The rhetoric of (in)fertility: shifting responses to Elizabeth I's childlessness / Helen Hackett -- Women's letters of recommendation and the rhetoric of friendship in sixteenth-century England / James Daybell -- Embodied.
Table of Contents. Contents: Introduction: Rethinking women and politics in early modern England, James Daybell; Sisterhood, friendship and the power of English aristocratic women, , Barbara J. Harris; A rhetoric of requests: genre and linguistic scripts in Elizabethan women's suitors' letters, Lynne Magnusson; Politics in the Elizabethan Privy Chamber: Lady Mary Sidney and Kat Ashley. This collection of essays examines women's involvement in politics in early modern England, as writers, as members of kinship and patronage networks, and as petitioners, intermediaries and patrons. It challenges conventional conceptualizations of female power and influence, defining 'politics' broadly in order to incorporate women excluded from. Review: The Eloquence of Mary Astell, by Christine Mason Sutherland, Rhetoric, Women and Politics in Early Modern England, by Jennifer Richards, Rhetoric, by Jennifer Richards Catherine Bates Rhetorica: A Journal of the History of RhetoricAuthor: Catherine Bates. 'Rhetoric, Women and Politics in Early Modern England' aims to transform the study of Renaissance rhetoric by redefining the relationship between gender, politics and the art of speaking. It is essential reading for students and scholars of early modern literature, drama and culture.
“ Women and Chymistry in Early Modern England: The Manuscript Receipt Book (c. ) of Sarah Wigges. ” Gender and Scientific Discourse in Early Modern Culture. Ed. Long, Kathleen P.. Burlington VT: Ashgate, – Rhetoric, Women and Politics in Early Modern England. Rhetoric, Women and Politics in Early Modern England Rhetoric has long been a powerful and pervasive force in political and cultural life, yet in the early modern period, rhetorical training was generally reserved as a masculine privilege. This volume argues, however. Get this from a library! Rhetoric, women and politics in early modern England. [Jennifer Richards; Alison Thorne;] -- Drawing upon a wide range of literary texts including poetry, drama, letters and prose, this incisive book sheds new and important light on the early modern world, forms of rhetoric. A History of Early Modern Women's Writing is essential reading for students and scholars working in the field of early modern British literature and history. This collaborative book of twenty-two chapters offers an expansive, multifaceted narrative of British women's literary and textual production in the period stretching from the English.