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Publishing Alicia D'Anvers
In 1825 the Rev. Alexander Dyce showed his breadth of reading by including some of ADA 's work in Specimens of British Poetesses
Salzman, Paul. “How Alexander Dyce Assembled Specimens of British Poetesses: A Key Moment in the Transmission of Early Modern Women’s Writing”. Women’s Writing, No. 1, pp. 88 - 105.
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Her two Oxford poems are now available on-line from the Women Writers Project
Publishing Aemilia Lanyer
It was probably published soon afterwards, though the title-page says 1611. Handsome copies of the title-poem without all of its accompanying or supporting poems were given as gifts to Prince Henry (eldest son of James I
Textual Production Alicia D'Anvers
ADA 's satirical poem entitled Academia; or, The Humours of the University of Oxford, went on sale in Oxford.
It is available online from the Women Writers Project , www.wwp.northeastern.edu.
Greer, Germaine, Susan Hastings, Jeslyn Medoff, and Melinda Sansone, editors. Kissing the Rod. Virago, 1988.
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Textual Production Alicia D'Anvers
ADA mocked the university again in another satire, The Oxford -Act: A Poem.
It is available online from the Women Writers Project , www.wwp.northeastern.edu.
English Short Title Catalogue.
Textual Production Sarah Fyge
SF was still in her teens when her first, fighting poem, The Female Advocate, was licensed in London; it was published the same year, with her initials on the prefatory To the Reader...
Textual Production Sarah Fyge
SF published her Poems on Several Occasions, with prefatory verses probably by Mary Pix and Susanna Centlivre .
This text is available on line from the Women Writers Project , www.wwp.northeastern.edu.
Foxon, David F. English Verse 1701-1750. Cambridge University Press, 1975.
Bowyer, John Wilson. The Celebrated Mrs Centlivre. Duke University Press, 1952.
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Textual Production Joan Whitrow
JW was the lead author of The Work of God in a Dying Maid, a setting for the deathbed testimonies of her small son and particularly of her daughter.
This text is available online...
Textual Production Joan Whitrow
JW called people and monarch to repentance in a fifteen-page pamphlet, The Humble Address of the Widow Whitrowe to King William.
This text is available online from the Women Writers Project , www.wwp.northeastern.edu
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
Textual Production Joan Whitrow
JW approached the king again in The Humble Salutation and Faithful Greeting of the Widow Whitrowe to King William.
This text is available online from the Women Writers Project , www.wwp.northeastern.edu
Solo: Search Oxford University Libraries Online.
Textual Production Joan Whitrow
JW addressed a New Year message to both the joint monarchs: To King William and Queen Mary , Grace and Peace, The Widow Whitrow's Humble Thanksgiving to the Lord.
This text is available online...

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