Dorothy L. Latz

Standard Name: Latz, Dorothy L.

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Cultural formation Winefrid Thimelby
She was a cradle Catholic born into an English gentry family which harboured priests, celebrated the mass in secret, and suffered persecution for their faith. A recent commentator, Dorothy L. Latz , regrets the way...
Education Winefrid Thimelby
At the age of twelve she entered the school run by the English Augustinian Canonesses at St Monica's , at Louvain in present-day Belgium. Dorothy L. Latz notes the influence on her of St Augustine
Literary responses Winefrid Thimelby
Arthur Clifford in the early nineteenth century published WT 's letters more or less as curiosities. Latz finds them both poetic and metaphysical.
Latz, Dorothy L., editor. “Neglected Writings by Recusant Women”. Neglected English Literature: Recusant Writings of the 16th-17th Centuries, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, 1997.
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Recent interest in them has been sparked by the general increase...
Literary responses Catherine Holland
On the whole Latz judges that CH 's writings are Augustinian in opinion, which means she wrote before absorbing other influences at the convent.
Publishing Elizabeth Shirley
Margaret Clement , 1540-1612, was the adoptive grand-daughter of Sir Thomas More , a Catholic heroine and an exemplary nun. Her biographer calls her our good grandmother and a firebrand to inkendell me in the...
Reception Lady Lucy Herbert
Dorothy L Latz , observing how LLH attributes maternal love to God (he is not content to call himself and to be our Father, but because a Mother's love is more tender, he compares...
Textual Features Catherine Holland
Dorothy L. Latz notes that CH reflects no influence of the Jansenism which was current during her lifetime. Her theology stresses the incarnational, the divine immanence within human nature.
Latz, Dorothy L., editor. “Neglected Writings by Recusant Women”. Neglected English Literature: Recusant Writings of the 16th-17th Centuries, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, 1997.
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This, whether she knew it...
Textual Production Lucy Cary
Many sources, including The Feminist Companion, say the writer of the life was Lucy's sister Mary, or possibly her sister Anne. But literary historian Dorothy Latz argues that it was LC , since it...
Textual Production Catherine Holland
In 1997 the Canonesses of St Augustine at Windesheim were said to be preparing the whole manuscript, plus its unpublished Sequel, for print. Literary historian Dorothy L. Latz is also said to have been...
Textual Production Catherine Holland
Historian Dorothy L. Latz prints or discusses several of CH 's religious works. A Method to Converse with God, a translation, survives as British Library Harleian MS 3184; Latz suspects CH may have written...
Textual Production Elizabeth Shirley
ES composed The lyfe of our moste reverent mother Margrit Clement, the former prioress of St Ursula's at Louvain; it is probably the earliest biography of a woman written in English from first-hand...

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