Table of contents for Convent chronicles : women writing about women and reform in the late Middle Ages / Anne Winston-Allen.

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Contents 
Preface and Acknowledgments
List of Illustrations
Introduction: Women Writing in the Late Middle Ages
1	Late Medieval Nunneries: Accounts by Women
2	The "Women's Religious Movement" and the Observant Movement: Female Piety and 
the Establishment
3	Women of the Reform
4	Opponents of the Reform and Enclosure
5	Did Nuns Have a Renaissance? Libraries and Literary Activities
6	"Femininity-in-Writing": New Heroines, Strategies, and Roles in Late Medieval Piety
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Indexm

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Christian literature, German -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
Christian literature, Dutch -- Women authors -- History and criticism.
German literature -- Early modern, 1500-1700 -- History and criticism.
Dutch literature -- 1500-1800 -- History and criticism.
Nuns as authors.
Women and literature.
Reformation -- Germany -- History.
Reformation -- Netherlands -- History.