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THE CONSTRUCTION OF GENDER-SPECIFIC AUDIENCES IN THE WORKS OF EARLY 17TH CENTURY WRITERS
My article centres on the intricate intertwining of gender, sexuality, identity and writing in the first quarter of the 17 th century, dealing with Aemilia Lanyer's most famous work Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum (1611) a cornerstone in the construction of female readership, offering at the same time an example of a collaborative rather than competitive model for literary creation, advancing the plea for a female genealogy.doi:10.2478/genst-2013-0013 fatcat:ckqgztkgdbg6vgeqdglllpw4su