1992

Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 341. Saturday, 28 November 1992.
 
(1)     From:   Louis Schwartz <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
        Date:   Thursday, 26 Nov 1992 12:23 EST
        Subj:   Re: More Rs: English Renaissance Literature Course
 
(2)     From:   Elaine M Brennan <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
        Date:   Friday, 27 Nov 92 16:32:20 EST
        Subj:   Re: Re: English Renaissance Literature Course
 
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From:           Louis Schwartz <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Thursday, 26 Nov 1992 12:23 EST
Subject:        Re: More Rs: English Renaissance Literature Course
 
The Rollins and Baker anthology is available in a paperback from
 
                        Waveland Press, Inc.
                        P.O. Box 400
                        Prospect Heights, Illinois  60070
 
                        ISBN 0-88133-673-4
 
I have a copy here on my lap, but there is no price and I've unfortunately
disposed of the flyer.
 
Louis Schwartz
University of Richmond
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From:           Elaine M Brennan <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Friday, 27 Nov 92 16:32:20 EST
Subject:        Re: Re: English Renaissance Literature Course
 
The Women Writers Project at Brown University has a substantial
number of texts by women writers of the English Renaissance online,
most of which can be made available in individual hard copy or a
customized anthology for course work.
 
Among the texts we have available are:
 
<author>
A Gent.
<title>
Iane Anger her Protection for Women.  To defend them against the
Scandalovs Reportes of a late Surfeiting Louer, and all other like
Venerians that complaine so to bee ouercloyed with womens kindnesse.
<pubdate>1589
<genre>essay
 
<author>
Anonymous.
<note>
Probably by male author, but sometimes attributed to a woman.
</note>
<title>
Swetnam, the Woman-hater, Arraigned by Women.
<pubdate>1620
<genre>drama
 
<author>
E. C.  [Cary, Elizabeth].
<title>
The Tragedie of Mariam, The Faire Queene of Iewry.
<pubdate>1613
<genre>drama
 
<author>
Clifford, Lady Anne.
<title>The Diary of Lady Anne Clifford,
<note>
ed. Vita Sackville West.  (first published 1923;  covers 1603; 1616;
1617; 1619)
</note>
<genre>diary
 
<author>
Clinton, Elizabeth, Countess of Lincolne.
<title>
The Countesse of Lincolne's Nurserie.
<pubdate>1622
<genre>essay
 
<author>
Grymeston, Elizabeth.
<title>
Miscellanea, Meditations, Memoratives.
<pubdate>1604
<genre>essay
 
<author>
Huntingdon, Lucy Countess of.
<title>
"The Bowells of the Earth my bowells slide", inscribed on the fly-leaf
of her copy of <title>Lachrymae Musarum</etitle> (1650) on the death of
her son Henry Lord Hastings.  CH RARE BOOK 102354.
<pubdate> c.1650
<genre>poetry
 
<author>
Lanyer, Aemilia.
<title>
Salve Devs Rex Ivdaeorvm.
<pubdate>1611
<genre>poetry
 
<author>
Lok, Anne.
<title>
A Meditation of a Penitent Sinner: Written in Maner
of a Paraphrase upon the 51. Psalme of David.
<pubdate>1560
<genre>poetry
 
<author>
Melvill, Elizabeth, Lady Culross.
<title>
A Godlie Dreame.
<pubdate>1606
<genre>essay
 
<author>
Middleton, Elizabeth
<title>
"The Death and Passion of our Lord JESUS CHRIST, as it was Acted by the
Bloodye Jewes and Registred by the Blessed Evangelists."  BOD MS
Don.e.17
<pubdate><1635
<genre>poetry
 
<author>
Primrose, Diana.
<title>
A Chaine of Pearle or A Memoriall of the peerles Graces, and Heroick
Vertues of Queene <pname>Elizabeth</pname>, of Glorious Memory.
<pubdate>1630
<genre>poetry
 
<author>
Sidney, Mary, Countess of Pembroke.
<title>
Psalms.
<pubdate>first published 1823
<genre>poetry -- translation
 
<author>
Sidney, Mary, Countess of Pembroke.
<title>
The Tragedie of Antonie.  Doone into English by the Countesse of
Pembroke.
<pubdate>1595
<genre>drama -- translation
 
<author>
Speght, Rachel.
<title>
A Movzell for Melastomvs, The Cynicall Bayter of, and foule mouthed
Barker against Evahs Sex.
<pubdate>1617
<genre>poetry
 
<author>
Speght, Rachel.
<title>
Mortalities Memorandvm, with a Dreame Prefixed, imaginarie in manner;
reall in matter.
<pubdate>1622
<genre>poetry
 
<author>
Speght, Rachel.
<title>
Certaine Qvaeres to the bayter of Women.  With Confvtation of some part
of his Diabolicall Discipline.
<pubdate>1617
<genre>poetry
 
<author>
Weamys, Anne.
<title>
A Continuation of Sir Philip Sydney's Arcadia:  Wherein is handled The
Loves of Amphialus and Helena Queen of Corinth, Prince Plangus and Erona.
<pubdate>1651
<genre>prose romance
 
<author>
Wroath, Mary.
<title>
The Countess of Montgomeries Urania.
<pubdate>1621
<genre>prose romance
 
 
Anyone interested in a more comprehensive listing of texts available
or further information on creating a customized anthology is welcome
to contact me directly.
 
Elaine Brennan
Assistant Director
Women Writers Project
Brown University
Box 1841
Brown University
Providence, RI 02912
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401/863-3619

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