Girlhood Of Shakespeare S Sisters

Author: Jennifer Higginbotham
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 074865593X
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The first book-length study of the way the literature and drama of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries constructed the category of the 'girl'.

The Girlhood Of Shakespeare S Heroines

Author: mary cowden clarke
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At length Bellario said, smiling, as he beheld the truth in that crimson cheek : — "
What does my sister herself say ?" His sister said nothing ; but after a moment's
pause, she drew her hand softly from the brotherly arm to which she had hitherto
clung, and creeping round to his other side, she again placed one arm within his,
and held forth the other with a faltering motion, as if it sought to resume its former
resting-place upon that of Guido. The young Count needed no words to bid him ...

Don Quixote In The Archives Madness And Literature In Early Modern Spain

Author: Dale Shuger
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
ISBN: 0748649166
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... The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Sisters: Gender, Transgression, Adolescence
Jennifer Higginbotharn 978 O 7486 5590 8 Hbl< Friendship's Shadows:
Wornen's Friendship and the Politics ofBetrayal in England, 1640-1705 Penelope
Anderson 978 O 7486 5582 3 Hbk Untutored Lines: The Making of the English
Epyllion William P. Weaver 978 O 7486 4465 O Hbk Visit the Edinburgh Critical
Studies in Renaissance Culture Website at wwweuppublishing.corn/series/ecsrc
Don Quixote ...

Scott Dickens Eliot Hardy

Author: Adrian Poole
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1441119566
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It is true that three of them also wrote verse (Dickens being the odd one out): one
of them – Hardy – is arguably as great a poet as novelist, and Peter Holbrook
draws richly on the full range of his writings in verse and prose. But it was
principally as novelists that their contemporaries first detected their
Shakespearean qualities. There were others. Jane Austen was praised as
Shakespeare's younger sister and so was Emily Brontë.1 The comparison with
Shakespeare was frequently ...

Gender And Song In Early Modern England

Author: Professor Katherine R Larson
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1472443438
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... this essay, although, as Jennifer higginbotham has demonstrated, a number of
terms were used to describe a female child in the sixteenth and early
seventeenth centuries. See The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Sisters: Gender,
Transgression, Adolescence (edinburgh: edinburgh University Press, 2013), 21.
corporeal realities of singing and dancing bodies in fascinating ways—ways
dangerous Performance: Cupid in early Modern Pedagogical Masques Amanda
Eubanks Winkler.

The Anthology And The Rise Of The Novel

Author: Leah Price
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521539395
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6^ Once the father is provided with his collected works, the sister with her Tales
or her Girlhood, the brother with his Beauties or his Speaker, the parlor empties.
Editors' prefatory rhetoric overcompensates for the power of ... Readers (1882),
Cowden Clarke equates topic with audience. By a woman, for women, about
women, and translated into the genre most closely associated with women, the
Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines set out to protect its readers from a
childhood like ...

Women Reading Shakespeare 1660 1900

Author: Ann Thompson
Publisher: Manchester University Press
ISBN: 9780719047046
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for the gentle influence of a first love - a love at first sight; this, in its softening and
refining monition, advances his cure, and his coming into the sweet atmosphere
of Arden and its simple happiness completes his reform It is marvellous how
consistently the poet has drawn this character of Claudio [in Much Ado About
Nothing]. ... Mary Cowden Clarke 85 Mary Cowden Clarke, The Girlhood of
Shakespeare's Mary Cowden Clarke, The Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines:
Portia 85-8.

Such A King Harry

Author: Phyllis N. Braxton
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469169010
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Because of her variable marital status, lVlistress Quickly has been considered by
nineteenth—century critics, such as Georg Gervinus in his Shakespeare
Commentaries, as two separate fictional inventions—the hostess of the historical
plays and the housekeeper of the comedies.1 Mary Cowden Clarke, in The
Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines, proposes that the Eastcheap hostess is a
Nell Quickly, who is sister to a Poll Quickly, the I/Vindsor housekeeper.2 In 1
Henry IV, Mistress ...

Records Of A Girlhood

Author: Frances Anne Kemble
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
ISBN: 1602068062
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There I chiefly spent my time, pursuing my favorite occupations, or in the society
of my own especial friends : my dear H S— — , when she was in London ; Mrs,
Jameson, who often climbed thither for an hour's pleasant discussion of her book
on Shakespeare ; and a lady with whom I now ... The beautiful G— — S , to
whose marriage I have referred, had she not been a sister of her sisters, would
have been considered a wit ; and, in spite of this, was the greatest beauty of her