Warrior Women and Popular Balladry, 1650-1850
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Description: This interdisciplinary study uncovers a fascination with women cross dressers in the popular literature of early modern Britain, in a wide range of texts from popular ballads and chapbook life histories to the comedies and tragedies of aristocratic literature. Dugaw demonstrates the extent to which gender and sexuality are enacted as constructs of history.
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Copyright year: 1996
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 1/15/1996
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.50" tall
|List of illustrations|
|List of abbreviations|
|Popular balladry, Mary Ambree, and the beginnings of the Female Warrior motif, 1600-1650|
|The fashion for Female Warrior ballads: new "hits" and old favorites, 1650-1800|
|The museum life of Mary Ambree and the decline of the Female Warrior, 1800 to the present|
|The Female Warrior motif as an idea|
|The Female Warrior and everyday life in the early modern world|
|The Female Warrior and the construction of gender|
|Hic-Mulier: imaginative preoccupation and genotype for the Female Warrior|
|The Female Warrior, Gay's Polly, and the heroic ideal|