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Women Writers of 17Th Century

Paperback|Nov 1989
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During the 17th century the creative outpourings of European women increased dramatically as they began to address -- through poems, plays, letters, and prose fiction -- the subject of women's condition and potential. This anthology presents the works of 19...


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During the 17th century the creative outpourings of European women increased dramatically as they began to address -- through poems, plays, letters, and prose fiction -- the subject of women's condition and potential. This anthology presents the works of 19 authors from France, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain, England, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Austria, and Hungary. Includes: Aphra Behn, "the first woman to earn her living by her pen," a dramatist, lyric poet, and a founder of the English novel; Ludamilia Elisabeth von Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, whose verse contributed to the formation of the religious vernacular in Germ.; and Mme de Sevigne, the most prolific epistolary writer of the age.
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