Cavendish, Margaret 17th Century British World Literature
Geraldine Wagner argues that Cavendish "considered textuality a means to subjectivity: one in which there is . . . no sovereign head, but many multi-bodied, competing loci of potential agency."
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- Sunshine for Women: Margaret Lucas Cavendish - A brief biographical profile and introduction to Cavendish\'s british work.
- Margaret Cavendish Bibliography - Compiled by Ron Cooley of the University of 17th century Saskatchewan.
- Margaret Cavendish Book Extract - From "Mad Madge: Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle Royalist, Writer 17th century and Romantic," by Katie Whitaker.
- Poems from Poems and Fancies - Selected works from her 1653 edition.
- Romancing Multiplicity: Female Subjectivity and the Body Divisible in Margaret Cavendish's Blazing World - Geraldine Wagner argues that Cavendish "considered textuality a 17th century means 17th century to subjectivity: one in which there is 17th century . . 17th century . no sovereign head, but many 17th century multi-bodied, competing loci 17th century of potential agency."
- Luminarium: Margaret (Lucas) Cavendish - Quotes, biography, works, and links.
- Atomic Poems of Margaret (Lucas) Cavendish, The - From the Emory Women Writers Resource Project. Selection of poems british edited and introduced by Leigh Tillman Partington.
- Norton Anthology of English Literature - Very short biography, text of her poem, "A World in 17th century an Eare-Ring," image of frontispiece to Philosophical and Physical Opinions 17th century (1655), and an online quiz.
- Book Reviews - Bernadette Andrea reviews Sociable Letters and The Convent 17th century of cavendish, margaret Pleasure, Ed. James Fitzmaurice; The Convent of 17th century Pleasure and cavendish, margaret Other Plays, Ed. Anne Shaver.
- Book Review - Carrie Hintz reviews Margaret Cavendish and the Exiles of the cavendish, margaret Mind, by Anna Battigelli.
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