Faithful Translators [electronic resource] : Authorship, Gender, and Religion in Early Modern England / Jaime Goodrich
- Rethinking the Early Modern
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- Religious translation in Early Modern England -- Private spheres : Margaret Roper, Mary Basset, and Catholic identity -- Royal propaganda : Mary Tudor, Elizabeth Tudor, and the Edwardian Reformation -- Princely counsel : Mary Sidney Herbert, Elizabeth I, and international Protestantism -- Anonymous representatives : Mary Percy, Potentiana Deacon, and monastic spirituality -- Authority and authorship in Early Modern England.
- Translating and interpreting—England—History—17th century
- Translating and interpreting—England—History—16th century
- Women and literature—Great Britain—History
- Authorship—Great Britain—History
- Women translators—Great Britain—History—17th century
- Women translators—Great Britain—History—16th century
- English literature—Early modern, 1500-1700—History and criticism
- Christian literature—Translations into English—History and criticism
- Based on the author's thesis (PhD)--Boston College, 2008.
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