Suzuki, Mihoko. “The Case of Madam Mary Carleton: Representing the Female Subject, 1663-73”. Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, pp. 61-83.
Standard Name: Suzuki, Mihoko
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This is included in Women's Political Writings 1610-1725, edited by Hilda L. Smith , Mihoko Suzuki , and Susan Wiseman , 2007.
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LAC was helped with her literary labours by several scribes, notably one Edward Langley . Of the four copies which she dictated and kept at various of her residences, one survives, corrected by herself: in...
MC acted the role of herself on stage, in the perhaps single performance of a play by either Thomas Parker or John Holden entitled The German Princess; in the audience was Samuel Pepys ...
According to critic Mihoko Suzuki , The Case incorporates two portraits of its protagonist. The same plate was apparently used in two versions, one revised as to the hairstyle and ageing of the face. One...
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In 2003 Cumbria Record Office in Kendal bought from Sotheby's a complete set of the Great Books, a fair copy made in the years preceding 1652, with about 70 pages of LAC 's own...
Since her tally of works in print began to climb steeply in the 1990s, anthologists Jane Stevenson and Peter Davidson have called LHone of the most important poets, man or woman, of the mid-century...
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The Case presents itself as a rendering of the truth for God to read, if nobody else. It depicts MC according to several different fictional conventions. In youth she resembles the heroines of the Restoration...
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Two more of the pamphlets printed in 1663 on MC 's case were probably or possibly written by herself. A True Account of the Tryal of Mrs. Mary Carlton says on its title-page that it...
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