Writing Rape, Writing Women In Early Modern England: Unbridled Speech by J. Catty

Writing Rape, Writing Women In Early Modern England: Unbridled Speech

byJ. Catty

Paperback | September 30, 1999

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This comprehensive study of rape and representation, now available in paperback, considers a wide range of texts drawn from prose fiction, poetry and drama by male and female writers, both canonical and non-canonical, demonstrating how the representation of gender relations has exploited the subject of rape.

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JOCELYN CATTY completed her doctorate while at Jesus College, Oxford. She has contributed entries for the Cambridge Guide to Women's Writing in English, and now works as a researcher in the Community Psychiatry department at St. George's Hospital Medical School, London.
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Title:Writing Rape, Writing Women In Early Modern England: Unbridled SpeechFormat:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.03 inPublished:September 30, 1999Publisher:Palgrave Macmillan UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230247733

ISBN - 13:9780230247734

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements * Abbreviations * Preface to the Paperback Edition * Introduction * PART I: WRITING RAPE * The Meaning of Rape * Damsels in Distress: Romance and Prose Fiction * 'The Subject of His Tyrannie': Women and Shame in Elizabethan Poetry * 'Some Women Live to Struggle': Rape in Renaissance Drama * PART II: WRITING WOMEN * 'Here the Leaf's Turn'd Down': Women Reading and Writing Rape * Translation and Intervention: Jane Lumley and Mary Sidney * 'Unbridled Speech': Elizabeth Cary and the Politics of Marriage * 'Liberty to Say Anything': Lady Mary Wroth * Conclusion * Notes * Index