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ラウトレッジ版 初期英国植民地世界の女性・性・ジェンダー文学研究必携

Routledge Companion to Women, Sex, and Gender in the Early British Colonial World

Coles, Kimberley Anne (EDT)   Keller, Eve (EDT)

Routledge 2018/10
330 p. 25 cm   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781472479945
KCN: 1029273636
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Annotation

This volume presents a comprehensive examination of the scholarship on women and gender in Anglophone literature during the early modern period. It examines women's lives, their practical and cultural work, the ideologies of gender that underwrite cultural production, and the divide between ideology and lived experience.

Full Description

All of the essays in this volume capture the body in a particular attitude: in distress, vulnerability, pain, pleasure, labor, health, reproduction, or preparation for death. They attend to how the body's transformations affect the social and political arrangements that surround it. And they show how apprehension of the body - in social and political terms - gives it shape.

Table of Contents

Introduction (Kimberly Anne Coles and Eve Keller); I. Debates and Directions; 1. Ain't I a Ladie?: Race, Sexuality, and Early Modern Women Writers (Melissa E. Sanchez); 2. Early Modern Bodies that Matter (Mario DiGangi); 3. Regendering the Sublime and the Beautiful: Shakespeare's Cleopatra and Feminist Formalism (Katherine B. Attie); II. Authorship and Patronage; 4. Women and Literary Production (Stephen Guy-Bray); 5. Ambiguities of Female Authorship and the Accessible Archive (Marcy North); 6. Patterns of Print: Women's Textual Patronage in the "Early" Early Modern Period (Patricia Pender); 7. Picturing the Agency of Widows: Female Patronage among the Gentry and the Middling Sort of Elizabethan England (Tarnya Cooper); 8. Women's Labor at the Little Gidding Harmonies (Whitney Trettien); III. The Matter of Reform; 9. "A Witch! Who is not?": Demonic Contagion, Gender, and Class in The Witch of Edmonton (Mary Floyd-Wilson); 10. "A Woman's Logicke": Puritan Women Writers and the Rejection of Education (Christina Luckyj); 11. Prosopopoeia, Gender, and Religion: The Poetry of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots (Rosalind Smith); 12. Dying Offstage: Gender and Martyrdom in 1 Henry VI (Elizabeth Williamson); IV. Bodies of Knowledge; 13. Flesh-Eaters: Gender, Bodies, and Labor in Early Modern Art and Literature (Karen Raber); 14. "Add thereto a tiger's chaudron": Ingredients, Instructions, and the Early Modern Recipe Book (Gitanjali Shahani and Emily S. Farris); 15. "From a Drudge, to ... a Cook": Hidden and Ostentatious Labor in the Early Modern Household (Mary Trull and Rebecca Laroche); 16. "[T]he Monkey duchess all undressed": Simians, Satire, and Women (Holly Dugan); 17. Gender, Knowledge, and the Medical Marketplace: The Case of Margaret Cavendish (Laura L. Knoppers); V. The Place of Production; 18. Counter-Narratives of Survival: Amerindian and African Women in Early Caribbean Literatures (Julie Chun Kim); 19. Constructing White Privilege: Transatlantic Slavery, Reproduction, and the Segregation of the Marriage Plot in the late Seventeenth Century (Valerie Forman)