The nobility and excellence of women, and the defects and vices of men
A gifted poet, a women's rights activist, and an expert on moral and natural philosophy, Lucrezia Marinella (1571-1653) was known throughout Italy as the leading female intellectual of her age. Born into a family of Venetian physicians, she was encouraged to study, and, fortunately, she did not...
|Format:||Electronic Online Resource eBook|
University of Chicago Press,
|Series:||Other voice in early modern Europe.
gender, poet, poetry, poetics, women, woman, womens, rights, civil, philosophy, moral, natural, 1500s, 1600s, italy, female, intellectual, thinker, venice, biography, biographical, academic, scholarly, research, marriage, literature, roles, literary, writer, writing, convent, religion, religious studies, epic, pastoral, genre, prose, feminism, groundbreaking, misogynist, tradition.
|Online Access:||EBSCOhost Academic eBook Collection (North America)|
Ebook Central Academic Complete
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!