Performing Maternity in Early Modern England
The essays here share a common concern with exploring maternity's cultural representation, performative aspects and practical consequences in the period from 1540-1690. They look at how early modern texts depict fertility, conception, delivery and gendered constructions of maternity.
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The Performance of Maternal Suffering
The Politics of Pregnancy
Adultery and Superfetation
Deceptive Maternities and the Failure of New Comedy
Maternity in A Woman Killed with Kindness
Birth and Womens Mysteries on the Early Modern Stage
Disciplining the Mother in SeventeenthCentury English Puritanism
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