Each of the following chapters focuses on one female writer of the period, examining each one as an example of how modesty tropes could be used to justify publication and claim authority. Indeed, in some ways rhetoric itself was seen as a feminized art.
Tauris, Trisha explores one of the most widely analyzed texts of contemporary popular culture, particularly investigating its gender and feminist politics.
How have these been received? Director Joss Whedon resurrected, relocated, and remodelled Buffy for the television series of the same name, first airing in and continuing until The first chapter offers an overview of modesty tropes and their place in classical and Renaissance rhetorical theory, showing that the range of rhetorical models available to early modern women was considerable.
View freely available titles: This brief overview of chapters does not do justice to the range of topics with which Pender engages in the course of this volume. That privilege is an onus on me to do it well.
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Yet Pender suggests we have more to gain by recognizing how anachronistic modern claims for early modern authorial autonomy are. Editing, Reception and Mediation. But this book is no fangirl tribute to Buffy. Trisha completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Sydney, before a Fulbright scholarship took her to the USA, where she spent 12 years earning her doctorate at Stanford and teaching as an Assistant Professor at Pace University in New York City.
You are not currently authenticated. How was it produced in print? How was it circulated? Student Highlights Women, words and writing Traversing the genteel palaces of 16th century England through to the supernatural Hellmouth of 21st century Sunnydale, Dr Trisha Pender is challenging assumptions regarding the roles of women as cultural influencers and producers.
My book is about how it is a feminist TV show, it is about fighting against injustice. It is by attending to these differences that we can come to a more accurate understanding of what modesty tropes could accomplish for women writers in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
However, Pender argues that it makes more sense to consider Askew and Bale as co-authors in a collaborative effort.An in-depth study of early modern women's modesty rhetoric from the English Reformation to the Restoration. This book provides new readings of modesty's gendered deployment in the works of Anne Askew, Katharine Parr, Mary Sidney, Aemilia Lanyer and Anne Bradstreet.
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Click Download or Read Online button to EARLY MODERN WOMEN S WRITING AND THE RHETORIC OF MODESTY book. Danielle Griffin (English, University of Maryland): "To 'meddle with a multitude': Collectivity as Rhetorical Strategy in the Petitions of Early Modern Female Servants" Carole Levin (History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln): "Elizabeth I and.
Dr Patricia Pender is a Lecturer in English at the University of Newcastle, has active research interests in early modern literature, feminist literary history.
EARLY MODERN WOMEN WRITERS AND HUMILITY AS RHETORIC: AEMILIA LANYER’S TABLE-TURNING USE OF MODESTY Name: Sandy-Smith, Kathryn Louise APPROVED BY: _____ Elizabeth Ann Mackay, Ph.D.
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