Alice Sutcliffe

Standard Name: Sutcliffe, Alice
Birth Name: Alice Woodhouse
AS was an early seventeenth-century religious writer in prose (meditations, a more private form of sermons) and poetry who, unusually for her rank and gender, allowed her work to be printed bearing her own name (and her husband's).


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Cullen, Patrick, and Alice Sutcliffe. “Introductory Note”. Alice Sutcliffe, Scolar Press, 1996, p. ix - xiii.
Sutcliffe, Alice. Meditations of Man’s Mortality. Henry Seyle, 1634.