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The discovery and re-examination of women authors has been a key part of early modern women's studies, but a major problem has been the inaccessibility of the texts themselves. This series is designed to make available a comprehensive collection of writing in English from 1500 to 1700, both by women and for and about them. Each text is preceded by a short introduction providing an overview of the life and work of the writer, along with a survey of important relevant scholarship. The series is in two parts, covering the periods 1500 to 1640, and 1641 to 1700. It is complemented by a separate facsimile series of essential works and original monographs.
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The Early Modern Englishwoman: "Fouretene Sermons of Barnardine Ochyne", "Certayne Sermons of the Ryghte Famous and Excellente Clerke Master Barnardine Ochine", "An Apologie or Answere in Defence of the Churche of Englande" Translated by Anne Cooke Bacon Pt.2: A Facsimile Library of Essential Works - Early Modern Englishwoman (Hardback)
The Early Modern Englishwoman: "Tragedie of Mariam", "History of the Life, Reign and Death of Edward II", "History of the Most Unfortunate Prince" by Elizabeth Cary Pt.1: A Facsimile Library of Essential Works - The Early Modern Englishwoman: a Facsimile Library of Essential Works Vol 2 (Hardback)
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