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Critical Studies Relating to Gender

Clare Brant and Diane Purkiss, eds., Women, Texts and Histories 1575-1760 (Routledge, 1992)

Danielle Clarke and Elizabeth Clarke, eds., ‘This Double Voice’: gendered writing in early modern England (Macmillan, 2000)

Margaret Ezell, The Patriarch’s Wife: Literary Evidence and the History of the Family (North Carolina Univ. Press, 1987)

Margaret Ezell, Writing Women’s Literary History (Johns Hopkins, 1993)

Anthony Fletcher, Gender, Sex and Subordination in England 1500-1800 (Yale UP, 1995)

Germaine Greer, Slipshod Sibyls: recognition, rejection, and the woman poet (Penguin 1996)

Isobel Grundy and Sue Wiseman, Women, Writing, History 1640-1740 (University of Georgia Press, 1992)

Elaine Hobby, Virtue of Necessity English Women’s Writing 1649-88  (Virago, 1988)

Anne Rosalind Jones, The Currency of Eros: Women’s Love Lyric in Europe 1540-1620 (Indiana Univ. Press, 1990)

Kathleen Jones, A Glorious Fame: The Life of Margaret Cavendish Duchess of Newcastle  (Bloomsbury, 1988)

Barbara K. Lewalski, Writing Women in Jacobean England (Harvard Univ. Press. 1993)

Megan Matchinske, Writing, Gender and State in Early Modern England: identity formation and the female subject (CUP, 1998)

Naomi J. Miller and Gary Waller, The Love Sonnets of Lady Mary Wroth: A Critical Introduction (Univ. of Salzburg Press, 1982)

Louise Schleiner, Tudor and Stuart Women Writers (Indiana University Press, 1994)

Claude Summers and Ted Pebworth, eds., Representing Women in Renaissance England (Univ. of  Missouri Press, 1997)

Helen Wilcox ed., Women and literature in Britain 1500-1700 (CUP, 1996)

Linda Woodbridge, Women and the English Renaissance: Literature and the Nature  of Womankind 1540-1620 (Harvester, 1987)

‘Writings by Early Modern Women’, English Manuscript Studies no. 8 (2000)