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The Currency of Eros Women's Love Lyric in Europe, 1540-1620

by Professor Ann Rosalind Jones

Part of the Women of Letters Series

The Currency of Eros Women's Love Lyric in Europe, 1540-1620 Synopsis

Professor Jones' book uniquely fills a huge hole in gender studies in the Renaissance. Its easy clarity of argument, its scrupulous care for detail, its just plain good story telling, and its theoretical sophistication make it an obvious candidate for the status of standard work. -Maureen Quilligan .. full of fine insights... a fine addition to a growing body of work on Renaissance women writers. -Renaissance Quarterly In this forceful and perceptive study... Jones has fused gyno- and gender criticism superbly and produced one of the most important works on the European renaissance lyric in this decade. -L'Esprit Createur ... this absorbing study encourages (re)reading, reflection, and debate on the texts in question, and revitalizes and reorients the reader's understanding of the function and potential of early modern love lyric. -French Studies ... an intelligent, persuasive work... -Italica ... is richly suggestive of the range and variety of women's writing in the early modern period... -Review of English Studies The Currency of Eros examines women's love lyrics in Renaissance Europe as strategic responses to two cultural systems: early modern gender ideologies and male-authored literary conventions.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780253331496
Publication date: 1st June 1990
Author: Professor Ann Rosalind Jones
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 260 pages
Categories: Literary studies: general,

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