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The Imprint of Gender: Authorship and Publication in the English Renaissance Wendy Wall

The Imprint of Gender: Authorship and Publication in the English Renaissance

Wendy Wall

Published January 8th 1993
ISBN : 9780801480478
Hardcover
373 pages
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What did it mean to be published at the end of the sixteenth century? While in polite circles gentlemen exchanged handwritten letters, published authors risked association with the low-born masses. Examining a wide range of published materialMoreWhat did it mean to be published at the end of the sixteenth century? While in polite circles gentlemen exchanged handwritten letters, published authors risked association with the low-born masses. Examining a wide range of published material including sonnets, pageants, prefaces, narrative poems, and title pages, Wendy Wall considers how the idea of authorship was shaped by the complex social controversies generated by publication during the English Renaissance.