1st Edition

Conduct Literature for Women, Part II, 1640-1710 vol 4

By William St Clair, Irmgard Maassen Copyright 2002
    374 Pages
    by Routledge

    This collection aims to give a chronological insight into the evolution of conduct literature, from its early roots in the Renaissance period through to the dramatically different role that women played at the emergence of the 20th century.

    Robert Codrington, extracts from The Second Part of Youths Behaviour (1664), Hannah Woolley, extracts from The Gentlewoman's Companion (1675) and engraved frontispiece from the edition of 1673


    William St Clair, Irmgard Maassen