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"Women Writers of the Middle Ages” by Peter Dronke

 “This book gives a detailed picture of the contributions made by women writers to Western literature from the third century to the thirteenth. Many of the texts Peter Dronke presents and interprets have hitherto remained unknown, or virtually inaccessible; some have never been edited or translated before”.

Extracted from the back cover of the issue.

See also:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Dronke

 http://www.cambridge.org/gb/knowledge/isbn/item1127841/?site_locale=en_GB

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Women writers of the Middle Ages: a critical study of texts from Perpetua, 203 to Marguerite Porete, 1310 / Peter Dronke. — [Play]. — Cambridge, Eng., [etc.] : Cambridge University Press, 1988. — 388 p. ; 23cm — (Cambridge Papers Library Press).

ISBN-0 521-27573-3

PN471.D76 1988

R. 66424