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Writing the Way Out

Inheritance and Appropriation in Aemilia Lanyer, Isabella Whitney, Mary (Sidney) Herbert and Mary Wroth

Ann Margaret Lange

In the early modern period, there have been a vigorous debate in the public arena on the nature of women and their place in society. For instance, most women had been excluded from inheritance.
The author of this work is shedding light on how the notion of inheritance intrudes into the literature produced by women of the period.
She analyses the tropes of inheritance and appropriation as they are evidenced in the works of women from the upper strata of society – women such as Mary (Sidney) Herbert, the Countess of Pembroke, and Lady Mary Wroth, both scions of the renowned Sidney family – and also those produced by those from lower down in the social spectrum, such as Aemilia Lanyer and Isabella Whitney.

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A pp en di x B Ta bu la te d su m m ar y of b ib lic al re fe re nc es in L an ye r’ s S al ve D eu s. Th e pr im ar y re fe re nc e is to th e G en ev a B ib le . H ow ev er th e re le va nt v er se s fr om th e C ov er da le B ib le ( fo r Ps al m s on ly ) ha ve b ee n in cl ud ed w he re th er e is a si gn ifi ca nt d iff er en ce in th e w or di ng o f t he tr an sl at io n. T he re a re a t l ea st a c ou pl e of in st an ce s w he re L an ye r’ s w or di ng a pp ea rs c lo se ly to re fle ct th at o f t he C ov er da le B ib le , w hi ch a rg ue s ei th er th at it w as h er p rim ar y/ on ly so ur ce , o r t ha t s he w as m or e fa m ili ar w ith it s ph ra si ng . A b rie...

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