Women's life writing and early modern Ireland /

"Women's Life Writing and Early Modern Ireland focuses on women writing in and about seventeenth-century Ireland"--

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Online Access:Electronic book from EBSCO
Electronic book from EBSCO
Other Authors: Eckerle, Julie A., 1971- (Editor), McAreavey, Naomi (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published:Lincoln : University of Nebraska Press, [2019]
Series:Women and gender in the early modern world
Table of Contents:
  • Alice Thornton, Elizabeth Freke, and the remembrances of Ireland / Raymond A. Anselment
  • Reading dislocation and emotion in the writings of Alice Thornton, Ann Fanshawe, and Barbara Blaugdone / Anne Fogarty
  • The Boyle women and familial life writing / Ann-Maria Walsh
  • Life writing in the Boyle family network / Amelia Zurcher
  • The politics of honor in Lady Ranelagh's Ireland / Ruth Connolly
  • The place of Ireland in the letters of the First Duchess of Ormonde / Naomi McAreavey
  • English-Irish social networks in the seventeenth century / Amanda E. Herbert
  • Women's letters in the Lyons Collection of the correspondence of William King / Julie A. Eckerle
  • Ownership inscriptions and life writing in the books of early modern women / Jason McElligott
  • Appendix: Archives and female life writers of early modern Ireland.