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Anna Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of. .

Anna Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of her sex's readership in the seventeenth century: the heroic romance. Part of the considerable power and appeal of this work is its reduction of the heroic romance to a smaller scale.

Anna Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a.

Anna Weamys, sometimes referred to as Anne Weamys (fl. 1651) was an English author. 1651) was an English author

Anna Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of her sex's readership in the seventeenth century . Women Writers in English 1350-1850. In its shorter length and its comparatively direct style, it avoids the fustian and bloat of the form. A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia.

Women Writers in English 1350-1850. Anne Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of her sex's readership in the seventeenth century: the heroic romance

Women Writers in English 1350-1850. Free delivery worldwide. Anne Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of her sex's readership in the seventeenth century: the heroic romance.

Anna Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of her sex's readership in the seventeenth. Anna Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of her sex's readership in the seventeenth century: the heroic romance.

A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia. Patrick Cullen Colborn, ed. Women Writers in English, 1350-1850. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

The book's popularity faded in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, particularly with the rise of the modern novel as a preferred.

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Anne Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of her sex's readership in the seventeenth century: the heroic romance

Anne Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of her sex's readership in the seventeenth century: the heroic romance.

Anna Weamys's A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia is a woman's contribution to one of the dominant genres of her sex's readership in the seventeenth century: the heroic romance. Part of the considerable power and appeal of this work is its reduction of the heroic romance to a smaller scale. In its shorter length and its comparatively direct style, it avoids the fustian and bloat of the form. At the same time, it elaborates on the genre's stronger points--its playfulness and fantasy, its explorations of the nuances of sensibility--while not sacrificing its capacity for political statement. Weamys's Arcadia is an interesting and accessible story that, while it pairs well with Sidney, can stand on its own or be paired with other writers of romance like Shakespeare or Spenser. The first appearance of the text since the seventeenth century, this volume includes both a modernized and an old-spelling edition of the text.
A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney's Arcadia (Women Writers in English 1350-1850) download epub
Poetry
Author: Patrick Colborn Cullen,Anna Weamys
ISBN: 0195078845
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (December 1, 1994)
Pages: 288 pages