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Medieval Women - Texts and Contexts in Late Medieval Britain: Essays for Felicity Riddy 2000 book

Medieval Women - Texts and Contexts in Late Medieval Britain: Essays for Felicity Riddy

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Medieval Women - Texts and Contexts in Late Medieval Britain: Essays for Felicity Riddy

serie: Medieval Women: Texts and Contexts, 3 
ISBN : 9782503509792, 9782503538204 
publisher: Brepols 
publish year: 2000 
pages: 366 
language: English 
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file size: 21 MB 

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Front matter (“Contents”, “Preface and Acknowledgements”, “List of Figures and Illustrations”, “List of Abbreviations”), p. i
Introduction: ‘The Mixed Life’, p. 1
Arlyn Diamond, Rosalynn Voaden
A Bibliography of Felicity Riddy, p. 11
Rosalynn Voaden
‘My bright buke’: Women and their Books in Medieval and Renaissance Scotland, p. 17
Priscilla Bawcutt
‘Many grete myraclys… in divers contreys of the eest’: The Reading and Circulation of the Middle English Prose Three Kings of Cologne, p. 35
Julia Boffey
‘This is a deed bok, the tother a quick’: Theatre and the Drama of Salvation in the Book of Margery Kempe, p. 49
Carol M. Meale
‘Lete me suffre’: Reading the Torture of St Margaret of Antioch in Late Medieval England, p. 69
Katherine J. Lewis
‘Almighty and al merciable Queene’: Marian Titles and Marian Lyrics, p. 83
Helen Phillips
The ‘Querelle des femmes’: A Continuing Tradition in Welsh Women’s Literature, p. 101
Ceridwen Lloyd-Morgan
Reading Constructed Narratives: An Orphaned Medieval Heiress and the Legal Case as Literature, p. 115
Noël James Menuge
The Origins of Criseyde, p. 131
Sally Mapstone
Chaucer and the French Tradition Revisited: Philippe de Mézières and the Good Wife, p. 151
Carolyn P. Collette
Fashioning the Puritan Gentry-Woman: Devotion and Dissent in Book to a Mother, p. 169
Nicholas Watson
Bodily Walls, Windows, and Doors: The Politics of Gesture in Late Fifteenth-Century English Books for Women, p. 185
Kim M. Phillips
Chaucer’s Criseyde and Feminine Fear, p. 199
Alastair Minnis, Eric J. Johnson
How Margaret Blackburn Taught Her Daughters: Reading Devotional Instruction in a Book of Hours, p. 217
Patricia Cullum, Jeremy Goldberg
‘A Fulle Wyse Gentyl-Woman of Fraunce’: The Epistle of Othea and Later Medieval English Literary Culture, p. 237
Douglas Gray
Elizabeth Clere: Friend of the Pastons, p. 251
Colin Richmond
In Bed with Joan of Kent: The King’s Mother and the Peasants’ Revolt, p. 277
W. M. Ormrod
Heroic Subjects: Women and the Alliterative Morte Arthure, p. 293
Arlyn Diamond
Houses and Households in Late Medieval England: An Archaeological Perspective, p. 309
Jane Grenville
Unnatural Mothers and Monstrous Children in The King of Tars and Sir Gowther, p. 329
Jane Gilbert
Clothing Paternal Incest in The Clerk’s Tale, Émaré and the Life of St Dympna, p. 345
Anne Savage
The Earliest Heretical Englishwomen, p. 363
Peter Biller
‘A peler of Holy Cherch’: Margery Kempe and the Bishops, p. 377
Sarah Rees Jones
Outdoing the Daughters of Syon?: Edith of Wilton and the Representation of Female Community in Fifteenth-Century England, p. 393
Jocelyn Wogan-Browne
Back matter (“List of Contributors and Editors”, “Index”, “Tabula Gratulatoria”), p. 411

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