Ventriloquized Voices: Feminist Theory and English Renaissance Texts


This book is a historical and theoretical study of male appropriations of the feminine voice in English texts of the early modern period. Its focus on voice derives both from post-structuralist preoccupations with authorial presence or absence and from Anglo-American and French feminist concerns with gender and language.


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