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Introduction (Fortune and women in medieval literature). beaten by the too high and ever-increasing cost of printing, of paper, and of everything else concerned with book production’ (7 Jan 1921: 1037).

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Mary Erler traces networks of female book ownership and exchange which .

Mary Erler traces networks of female book ownership and exchange which have so far been obscure, and shows how women were responsible for owning as well as circulating devotional books. She has written on devotional literature in L. Hellinga and J. B. Trapp (ed., Cambridge History of the Book, Vol. 3, 1400-1557 (1999). Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval England traces networks of female book ownership and exchange which have so far been obscure, and shows how women were responsible for both owning and circulating devotional books.

Автор: Mary C. Erler Название: Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval .

Erler’s narratives also provide studies of female friendship, since they situate women’s reading in a network of family and social connections. Описание: Parliament and Literature in Late Medieval England investigates the relationship between the development of parliament and the practice of English poetry in the later fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries.

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Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval England. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. xii, 226. ISBN: 0-521-81221-6. One explanation for the relative ease in tracking book exchanges in late medieval England involves geography. Because some of the most important houses were within twenty miles of one another - for example, Shaftesbury, Ramsey, Winchester, Wherwell, Amesbury, and Wilton (43) - book exchange between women became easier to monitor.

46Erler, Mary C. Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval England. 47Green, D. H. The Beginnings of Medieval Romance: Fact and Fiction, 1150–1220. 48Burrow, J. A. Gestures and Looks in Medieval Narrative. 49Butterfield, Ardis Poetry and Music in Medieval France: From Jean Renart to Guillaume de Machaut. 50Steiner, Emily Documentary Culture and the Making of Medieval English Literature. 51Burgwinkle, William E. Sodomy, Masculinity, and Law in Medieval Literature: France and England, 1050–1230. 52Havely, Nick Dante and the Franciscans: Poverty and the Papacy in the Commedia.

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Narratives of medieval women offer new insights into networks of female book ownership and exchange. Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature.

Mary Carpenter Erler is an American literary scholar specialising in medieval and early modern English literature and printing, and on women's reading and book-ownership in the same periods. Since 2015, she has been a distinguished professor in Fordham University's English Faculty

Just better Selected publications. Co-authored with Maryanne Kowaleski) Women and Power in the Middle Ages (University of Georgia Press, 1988). Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval England (Cambridge University Press, 2002).

Mary Erler traces networks of female book ownership and exchange which have so far been obscure, and shows how women were responsible for owning as well as circulating devotional books. Seven narratives of individual women who lived between 1350 and 1550 are enclosed by an overview of nuns' reading and their surviving books, and a survey of women who owned the first printed books in England. An appendix lists a number of books not previously attributed to female ownership.
Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval England (Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature) download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Mary C. Erler
ISBN: 0521812216
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (May 27, 2002)
Pages: 244 pages