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It has frequently been suggested that Aemilia Lanyer’s Salve Deus Rex Judaeorum challenges the Anglican consensus that women could not participate in the priesthood. This article argues that the poem is compatible with Anglican orthodoxy. Lanyer is careful to present the authority of the Church...
Evidence on Austen’s vocabulary in the OED can be used to illuminate the characteristic of her work remarked on by literary critics from Walter Scott onwards: at once the ordinariness and the distinctiveness of her writing. Unusually for a female author, Austen’s works are quoted many times...
F. J. Furnivall founded the Chaucer Society in 1868 to print unpublished manuscripts of Chaucer and forward philological work on the poet. It promoted better understanding of the works, especially the Canterbury Tales , by allowing readers to be their own editors through access to the raw data...
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