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by Mary Ellen Lamb and Karen Bamford,Mary Ellen Lamb,Karen Bamford

eBook Oral Traditions and Gender in Early Modern Literary Texts (Women and Gender in the Early Modern World) download ISBN: 0754655385
Author: Mary Ellen Lamb and Karen Bamford,Mary Ellen Lamb,Karen Bamford
Publisher: Ashgate (January 1, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 276
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Mary Ellen Lamb is Professor of English at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA. She is the author of Gender and Authorship in the Sidney Circle (1990) as well as numerous essays on women writers in such journals as English Literary Renaissance and Criticism

Mary Ellen Lamb is Professor of English at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA. She is the author of Gender and Authorship in the Sidney Circle (1990) as well as numerous essays on women writers in such journals as English Literary Renaissance and Criticism. Her book The Popular Culture of Shakespeare, Spenser, and Jonson (2006) explores old wives' tales as a formative component of early modern popular culture. Karen Bamford is Associate Professor of English at Mount Allison University, Canada

Professor Mary Ellen Lamb, Karen Bamford. Proposing a fresh approach to scholarship on the topic, this volume explores the cultural meanings, especially the gendered meanings, of material associated with oral traditions

Professor Mary Ellen Lamb, Karen Bamford. Proposing a fresh approach to scholarship on the topic, this volume explores the cultural meanings, especially the gendered meanings, of material associated with oral traditions. The collection is divided into three sections. Part One investigates the evocations of the 'old nurse' as storyteller so prominent in early modern fictions. The essays in Part Two investigate women's fashioning of oral traditions to serve their own purposes.

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The essays in Part Two investigate women's fashioning of oral traditions to serve their own purposes. The third section disturbs the exclusive associations between the feminine and oral traditions to discover implications for masculinity, as well. Contributors explore the plays of Shakespeare and writings of Spenser, Sidney, Wroth and the Cavendishes, as well as works by less well known or even unknown authors.

Bamford, K. (E., Lamb, M. (2008) . Oral Traditions and Gender in Early Modern Literary Texts. Framed by an introduction by Mary Ellen Lamb and an afterword by Pamela Allen Brown, these essays make several important interventions in scholarship in the field.

by Mary Ellen Lamb, Karen Bamford. Published January 2008 by Ashgate Pub Co. Written in English. Early modern, 1500-1700. English literature, Sex role in literature, Oral tradition in literature, History and criticism.

Introduction, Mary Ellen Lamb Part 1 'Our Mothers' Maids': Nurture and Narrative: Telling tales: locating female nurture and narrative in The Faerie Queene, Jacqueline T. Miller Female orality and the healing arts in Spenser's Mother Hubberd's Tale, Kate Giglio Urania's example: th. . Miller Female orality and the healing arts in Spenser's Mother Hubberd's Tale, Kate Giglio Urania's example: the female storyteller in early modern English romance, Julie A. Eckerle 'Before woomen were readers': how John Aubrey wrote female oral history, Henk Dragstra. Part 2 Spinsters, Knitters and the Uses of Oral Traditio. ONTINUE READING.

Women and gender in the early modern world. Personal Name: Bamford, Karen. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. -238) and index. Personal Name: Lamb, Mary Ellen, 1946-.

Contents: Introduction, Mary Ellen Lamb; Part I 'Our Mothers' Maids' . Part III Oral Traditions and Masculinity: Pocky queans and horn knaves.

Contents: Introduction, Mary Ellen Lamb; Part I 'Our Mothers' Maids': Nurture and Narrative: Telling tales: locating female nurture and narrative in The Faerie Queene, Jacqueline T. Miller; Female orality and the healing arts in Spenser's Mother Hubberd's Tale, Kate Giglio; Urania's example: the female storyteller in early modern English romance, Julie A. Eckerle; 'Before woomen were readers'.