Presenting Gender: Changing Sex in Early-Modern Culture


Presenting Gender is a collection of essays that concerns writers or real people of the early modern period who presented their protagonists or themselves as members of the opposite biological sex. The collection demonstrates the variety of motives for such acts of gender passing, and offers interpretations that shed some light on the probable intentions of the gender passers.


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