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  • Author:
    Elaine V. Beilin
  • ISBN:
    0691067155
  • ISBN13:
    978-0691067155
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    Princeton University Press (October 21, 1987)
  • Pages:
    372 pages
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Author:Beilin, Elaine V. Book Binding:Paperback

Author:Beilin, Elaine V. Book Binding:Paperback. An introduction to women writers of the English Renaissance which takes up 44 works, many as thumbnail sketches; shows how women's writing was hampered by the assumption that poets were male, by restriction to pious subject matter, by the doctrine that only silent women are virtuous, by criticism that praised women as patrons or muses and ignored their writing, and above all. by crippling educational theories.

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An introduction to women writers of the English Renaissance which takes up 44 works, many as thumbnail sketches; shows how women's writing was hampered by the assumption that poets were male, by restriction to pious subject matter, by the doctrine that only silent women are virtuous, by criticism that praised women as patrons or muses and ignored their writing, and above all by crippling educational theories.

Originally published in 1987.

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An outstanding work which reveals the extent of women writers' participation in the English Renaissance, led by the faerie queen herself, Elizabeth I. Well worth reading, great research source.
THOMAS
In one of the most seminal book in the growing scholarship of women writers of the English Renaissance, Beilin argues for the success of a plethora of women writers in playing the role of Eves in their literary production so as to gain a respectable space for authorship that was monopolized by male culture and rules. It is mainly through the culturally endorsed metaphor of "the redeeming eve" that women writers such as Mary Sidney, Elizabeth Cary, Mary wroth, to name but few, were given a literary and creative space. The importance of this book lies in Beilin's insistence on women's acceptance to integrate into the patriarchal culture through writing what was acceptable, an acceptance that, though, seems consolidatory of the patriarchal culture, was, indeed, subversive and, even, revolutionary.