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The Resource Women, property, and the letters of the law in early modern England, edited by Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson, A.R. Buck, (electronic resource)

Women, property, and the letters of the law in early modern England, edited by Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson, A.R. Buck, (electronic resource)

Label
Women, property, and the letters of the law in early modern England
Title
Women, property, and the letters of the law in early modern England
Statement of responsibility
edited by Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson, A.R. Buck
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NLC
Dewey number
820.9/3522
LC call number
PR428.L37
LC item number
W66 2004
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1948-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Ferguson, Margaret W.
  • Buck, A. R
  • Wright, Nancy E
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • English literature
  • Women and literature
  • Women and literature
  • Women and literature
  • Women
  • Women
  • Law and literature
  • Law and literature
  • Law and literature
  • Right of property
  • Property in literature
  • Law in literature
Label
Women, property, and the letters of the law in early modern England, edited by Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson, A.R. Buck, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The
  • whore's estate : Sally Salisbury, prostitution, and property in eighteenth-century London
  • Laura J. Rosenthal
  • Primogeniture, patrilineage, and the displacement of women
  • Mary Murray
  • Isabella's rule : singlewomen and the properties of poverty in Measure for measure
  • Natasha Korda
  • Marriage, identity, and the pursuit of property in seventeenth-century England : the cases of Anne Clifford and Elizabeth Wiseman
  • Mary Chan, Nancy E. Wright
  • Cordelia's estate : women and the law of property from Shakespeare to Nahum Tate
  • Introduction
  • A.R. Buck
  • Writing home : Hannah Wolley, the Oxinden letters, and household epistolary practice
  • Jennifer Summit
  • Women's wills in early modern England
  • Lloyd Davis
  • Spiritual property : the English Benedictine nuns of Cambrai and the dispute over the Baker manuscripts
  • Claire Walker
  • The
  • titular claims of female surnames in eighteenth-century fiction
  • Eleanor F. Shevlin
  • Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson
  • Early modern (aristocratic) women and textual property
  • Paul Salzman
  • Afterword
  • Margreta de Grazia
  • Temporal gestation, legal contracts, and the promissory economies of The winter's tale
  • Patricia Parker
  • Putting women in their place : female litigants at Whitehaven, 1660-1760
  • Christine Churches
  • Women's property, popular cultures, and the consistory court of London in the eighteenth century
  • David Lemmings
  • The
  • whore's estate : Sally Salisbury, prostitution, and property in eighteenth-century London
  • Laura J. Rosenthal
  • Primogeniture, patrilineage, and the displacement of women
  • Mary Murray
  • Isabella's rule : singlewomen and the properties of poverty in Measure for measure
  • Natasha Korda
  • Marriage, identity, and the pursuit of property in seventeenth-century England : the cases of Anne Clifford and Elizabeth Wiseman
  • Mary Chan, Nancy E. Wright
  • Cordelia's estate : women and the law of property from Shakespeare to Nahum Tate
  • Introduction
  • A.R. Buck
  • Writing home : Hannah Wolley, the Oxinden letters, and household epistolary practice
  • Jennifer Summit
  • Women's wills in early modern England
  • Lloyd Davis
  • Spiritual property : the English Benedictine nuns of Cambrai and the dispute over the Baker manuscripts
  • Claire Walker
  • The
  • titular claims of female surnames in eighteenth-century fiction
  • Eleanor F. Shevlin
  • Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson
  • Early modern (aristocratic) women and textual property
  • Paul Salzman
  • Afterword
  • Margreta de Grazia
  • Temporal gestation, legal contracts, and the promissory economies of The winter's tale
  • Patricia Parker
  • Putting women in their place : female litigants at Whitehaven, 1660-1760
  • Christine Churches
  • Women's property, popular cultures, and the consistory court of London in the eighteenth century
  • David Lemmings
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000313515
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780802087577
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2004558564
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000313515
Label
Women, property, and the letters of the law in early modern England, edited by Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson, A.R. Buck, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • The
  • whore's estate : Sally Salisbury, prostitution, and property in eighteenth-century London
  • Laura J. Rosenthal
  • Primogeniture, patrilineage, and the displacement of women
  • Mary Murray
  • Isabella's rule : singlewomen and the properties of poverty in Measure for measure
  • Natasha Korda
  • Marriage, identity, and the pursuit of property in seventeenth-century England : the cases of Anne Clifford and Elizabeth Wiseman
  • Mary Chan, Nancy E. Wright
  • Cordelia's estate : women and the law of property from Shakespeare to Nahum Tate
  • Introduction
  • A.R. Buck
  • Writing home : Hannah Wolley, the Oxinden letters, and household epistolary practice
  • Jennifer Summit
  • Women's wills in early modern England
  • Lloyd Davis
  • Spiritual property : the English Benedictine nuns of Cambrai and the dispute over the Baker manuscripts
  • Claire Walker
  • The
  • titular claims of female surnames in eighteenth-century fiction
  • Eleanor F. Shevlin
  • Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson
  • Early modern (aristocratic) women and textual property
  • Paul Salzman
  • Afterword
  • Margreta de Grazia
  • Temporal gestation, legal contracts, and the promissory economies of The winter's tale
  • Patricia Parker
  • Putting women in their place : female litigants at Whitehaven, 1660-1760
  • Christine Churches
  • Women's property, popular cultures, and the consistory court of London in the eighteenth century
  • David Lemmings
  • The
  • whore's estate : Sally Salisbury, prostitution, and property in eighteenth-century London
  • Laura J. Rosenthal
  • Primogeniture, patrilineage, and the displacement of women
  • Mary Murray
  • Isabella's rule : singlewomen and the properties of poverty in Measure for measure
  • Natasha Korda
  • Marriage, identity, and the pursuit of property in seventeenth-century England : the cases of Anne Clifford and Elizabeth Wiseman
  • Mary Chan, Nancy E. Wright
  • Cordelia's estate : women and the law of property from Shakespeare to Nahum Tate
  • Introduction
  • A.R. Buck
  • Writing home : Hannah Wolley, the Oxinden letters, and household epistolary practice
  • Jennifer Summit
  • Women's wills in early modern England
  • Lloyd Davis
  • Spiritual property : the English Benedictine nuns of Cambrai and the dispute over the Baker manuscripts
  • Claire Walker
  • The
  • titular claims of female surnames in eighteenth-century fiction
  • Eleanor F. Shevlin
  • Nancy E. Wright, Margaret W. Ferguson
  • Early modern (aristocratic) women and textual property
  • Paul Salzman
  • Afterword
  • Margreta de Grazia
  • Temporal gestation, legal contracts, and the promissory economies of The winter's tale
  • Patricia Parker
  • Putting women in their place : female litigants at Whitehaven, 1660-1760
  • Christine Churches
  • Women's property, popular cultures, and the consistory court of London in the eighteenth century
  • David Lemmings
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000313515
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780802087577
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2004558564
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000313515

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