Grossly material things women and book production in early modern england helen smith this is the only comprehensive study of womens roles in writing making and using early modern books an interdisciplinary work drawing on the insights of literary criticism historical study art history musicology and anthropology. This ambitious well researched and timely study sets out to revise our understanding not only on early modern womens roles in book production but also of their myriad contributions to the entire communications circuit including the commissioning manufacture distrution and consumption of print publications in england and between england and the continent. The hardcover of the grossly material things women and book production in early modern england by helen smith at barnes noble free shipping on books by author books by series book awards collectible editions coming soon by date kids books new releases teen books this seasons most anticipated books top books of the month. Virginia woolf described fictions as grossly material things rooted in their physical and economic contexts this book takes woolfs hint and asks who made the books of the english renaissance it covers the ways in which women participated as co authors editors translators patrons printers . Helen smiths grossly material things women and book production in early modern england argues that the search for the missing woman writer has now become a search for her books those she wrote but also those she edited annotated compiled commissioned patronized typeset and hawked
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