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Women and Religious Writing in Early Modern England
The Sixteenth Century Journal
This study challenges critical assumptions about the role of religion in shaping women's experiences of authorship. Feminist critics have frequently been uncomfortable with the fact that conservative religious and political beliefs created opportunities for women to write with independent agency. The seventeenth-century Protestant women discussed in this book range across the religio-political and social spectrums and yet all display an affinity with modern feminist theologians. Rather thandoi:10.2307/20477878 fatcat:eborj3776vfe7gkxmalgcgp6wq