Susanne Woods

Standard Name: Woods, Susanne

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Intertextuality and Influence 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
Literary responses Aemilia Lanyer
AL suffered the fate of many early women writers in being not so much discouraged as ignored. Despite the presentation copies, it does not appear that her splendid poem had a wide circulation. When she...
Literary responses Anne Locke
Charles A. Huttar has praised AL 's sermon translation as readable, clear, and energetic—qualities in her original which it would have been easy to lose in translating. Editor Kel Morin-Parsons calls the sonnets her most...
Occupation Aemilia Lanyer
Her biographer Susanne Woods suggests that AL may have been employed to teach music to the countess's daughter, the future diarist Lady Anne Clifford .
Woods, Susanne. Lanyer: A Renaissance Woman Poet. Oxford University Press, 1999.
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Publishing Anne Dowriche
AD 's work is available in The Early Modern Englishwoman facsimile series from Ashgate , edited by Susanne Woods , Betty Travitsky and Patrick Cullen . The account of her in the Dictionary of Literary...

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