's love of books also expresses itself acquisitively. She says she is not really a collector, but admits: Some people read Cosmopolitan, but I read Christie's
Healey, R. M. “Interview with Germaine Greer”. Book and Magazine Collector, pp. 26 -34.
She names as the most...
Elizabeth (Cavendish) Egerton, Countess of Bridgewater
These prose writings, predominantly religious in tone, are like Jane Cavendish
's writings almost all connected with family. Here, however, the family is not a network of individuals wielding power in the social sphere, but...
Eardley argues that LHP
is unusual among writers of poetry in her day because she seems not to have written for circulation even in manuscript, and because of the confessional element in her poems.
Pulter, Lady Hester. “Introduction”. Poems, Emblems, and The Unfortunate Florinda, edited by Alice Eardley, Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2014, pp. 1 - 40.
's account of her own life shows her pride in her forebears and her pleasure in anecdotes from which she can draw a moral lesson. She treats her childbirth experiences succinctly, linking them to...