Table of contents for Women and the Bible in early modern England : religious reading and writing / Femke Molekamp.
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Introduction: The Vernacular Bible and Early Modern Englishwomen: Shifting Possibilities
1. The Geneva Bible in the Household
2. Early Modern Englishwomen and Modes of Bible-Reading
3. Female Religious Community: Reading and Writing
4. Women and Affective Religious Reading and Writing
5. The Sidney-Herbert Psalms and the Countess of Pembroke as a Reader of the Geneva Bible
6. Regarding the Passion: Aemelia Lanyer, Constance Aston Fowler, and Elizabeth Delaval
Epilogue: The Female Bible-Reader: 'no longer a consumer but a producer of texts'
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Bible -- Influence.
Women -- Books and reading -- England -- History -- 16th century.
Women -- Books and reading -- England -- History -- 17th century.
Devotional literature, English -- Influence.