Women in Renaissance and Early Modern Europe
Four Courts, 2000 - 230 páginas
This book is based on papers presented at a conference in Trinity College Dublin in 1997. It is genuinely inter-disciplinary, linking history, religion, literature and art. All the essays represent either women as they were regarded or women in action, often in implicit or explicit comparison with men.
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some cases from late medieval Lucca
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