Women telling nations /

Women Telling Nations highlights how, from the 16th to the 19th centuries, European women, as readers and writers, contributed to the construction of national identities. The book, which presents twenty countries, is divided into four parts. First, we examine how women belonged to nations: they repr...

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Imprint:Amsterdam : Editions Rodopi, 2014.
Description:1 online resource (462 pages)
Language:English
Series:Women writers in history ; 1
Women writers in history ; 1.
Subject:Literature -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
Women authors -- Political activity.
BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY -- Literary.
Literature -- Women authors.
Frauenliteratur
Skrivande -- läsning -- identitet -- Europa -- 1500-talet -- 1600-talet -- 1700-talet -- 1800-talet.
Nätverk -- relationer.
Politisk verksamhet.
Litteraturvetenskap -- författare.
Writing -- reading -- identity -- Europe -- 16th century -- 17th century -- 18th century -- 19th century.
Networks -- relations.
Political activities.
Literary studies -- authors.
Kvinnliga författare -- historia.
Kvinnor i politiken -- historia.
Litteratur och politik -- historia.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11238557
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Other authors / contributors:Sanz Cabrerizo, Amelia.
Scott, Francesca.
Dijk, Suzanna van.
ISBN:9789401211123
9401211124
1322339430
9781322339436
9042038705
9789042038707
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
English.
Print version record.
Summary:Women Telling Nations highlights how, from the 16th to the 19th centuries, European women, as readers and writers, contributed to the construction of national identities. The book, which presents twenty countries, is divided into four parts. First, we examine how women belonged to nations: they represented territories and political or religious communities in their own style. Second, we deal with the ways in which women wrote the nation: the network of relationships in which they were involved that were not necessarily national or territorial. The legitimation that women writers succeeded in fi.
Other form:Print version: Sanz, Amelia. Women Telling Nations. Amsterdam : Editions Rodopi, ©2014 9789042038707
Standard no.:10.1163/9789401211123.