Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval England
Cambridge University Press, 09.03.2006 - 244 Seiten
In Women, Reading, and Piety in Late Medieval England Mary Erler traces networks of female book ownership and exchange which have so far been obscure, and shows how women were responsible for both owning and circulating devotional books. Seven narratives of individual women who lived between 1350 and 1550 are enclosed by an overview of nuns' reading and their surviving books, and a survey of women who owned the first printed books in England. An appendix lists a number of books not previously attributed to fe male ownership.
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Ownership and transmission of books womens religious communities
The library of a London vowess Margery de Nerford
A Norwich widow and her devout society Margaret Purdans
Orthodoxy The Fettyplace sisters at Syon
Heterodoxy Anchoress Katherine Manne and Abbess Elizabeth Throckmorton
Women owners of religious incunabula the physical evidence
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abbess Abbey Alice Alicia anchoress Anchorites Anne Barking Barking Abbey Bell bequeathed bequests Bergh Bilney Bishop BL Additional book of hours book ownership brass Bridgettine Bruisyard Cambridge Carrow Christine church Cobham College connection copy Coughton Court Dame Dartford daughter death Denny devotional Dorothy edition Eleanor Elizabeth Throckmorton Elyot Englefield English executors female houses Ferneys Fettyplace fifteenth century Fyvyan gift Goditha History inscription Joan John Katherine Manne Lady Lambeth Palace Late Medieval lay and religious laywomen lives Lollard London Charterhouse male manuscript Margaret Purdans Margery de Nerford Margery's Mary Middle English minoresses monastic Norfolk Norwich Nunneries Nuns Read Oxford parish Pensax perhaps Peyto Poringland printed prioress Prob psalter record religious houses religious women Richard Robert Royal secular sister spiritual Suffolk suggests surviving Susan Kyngeston Syon Syon Abbey Syon's texts Thomas Vitas Patrum vols vowess Warwickshire widow William women's houses
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