Volume 29, Number 2 (2012)

29.2 Cover



Front Matter

i-iv




Contents Page

v-x




Articles

Early Modern Women and the Apparatus of Authorship

Sarah C. E. Ross

1-8

The Perils and Possibilities of the Book Dedication: Anne Lock, John Knox, John Calvin, Queen Elizabeth, and the Duchess of Suffolk

Micheline White

9-28

Framing the Reformation Woman Writer: John Bale's Prefaces to Anne Askew's Examinations

Patricia Pender

29-45

'My Poor Returns': Devotional Manuscripts by Seventeenth-Century Women

Victoria E. Burke

47-68

Ideal Communities and Planter Women's Writing in Seventeenth-Century Ireland

Marie-Louise Coolahan

69-91

'Scruples and Ceremonies': Lady Brilliana Harley's Epistolary Combat

Johanna Harris

93-112

Awakening Other Spirits: Dorothy Stanley's Arcadia and the Apparatus of Authorship

Marea Mitchell

113-131

Not Understanding Mary Wroth's Poetry

Paul Salzman

133-148

Reading Mary Stuart's Casket Sonnets: Reception, Authorship, and Early Modern Women's Writing

Rosalind Smith

149-173

Fruits of Sodom: The Critical Erotics of Early Modern Women's Writing

Kate Lilley

175-192

From Paratext to Epitext: Mapping the Authorial Apparatus in Early Modern Women's Writing

Patricia Pender and Rosalind Smith

193-201


Reviews

203-318





Short Notices

319-342