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Margaret Tyler

Betty Travitsky - Fiction - 1996 - 178 pages
The biography of Margaret Tyler remains speculative. It is known that she served the Howard family (Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk) in some capacity. Her level of education has ...
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Women and Murder in Early Modern News Pamphlets and Broadside ..., Volume 7

Randall Martin - Literary Criticism - 2017 - 632 pages
As voyeuristic and prurient as today's tabloid newspapers, early modern crime pamphlets and broadside ballads about women murderers tell of furtive love affairs and domestic ...
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Protestant Translators: Anne Lock Prowse and Elizabeth Russell ..., Volume 12

Elaine V. Beilin - Literary Criticism - 2016 - 528 pages
As writers strongly committed to the Reformation, Anne Lock Prowse and Elizabeth Russell translated works which they believed were doctrinally useful for their Protestant ...
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The Early Modern Englishwoman: Alice Sutcliffe

Betty Travitsky - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 264 pages
Alice Sutcliffe was married in 1624 (her birth and death dates are not known, nor her exact marriage date) to John Sutcliffe who was Esquire to the Body of James I. He later ...
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The Early Modern Englishwoman: Mary Wroth

Betty Travitsky, Patrick Cullen - Literary Criticism - 1996 - 616 pages
Mary Wroth (1587-1653?) was niece and god-daughter of Mary Sidney Herbert. She was married in 1604 to Sir Robert Wroth with whom she joined the Court circle of James I. In 1618 ...
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