Remodelando propriedade inglesa como paraíso feminino: Aemilia Lanyer e o country-house poem “The Description of Cookham” (1610)

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Guimarães, Paula Alexandra;
  • Publisher: Universidade do Minho. Centro de Estudos Humanísticos (CEHUM)
  • Subject: Geografia | Gender | Geography | Renascença | Paradise | Renaissance | Lanyer | Género | Poetry | Poesia | Paraíso

This article proposes to investigate an elegiac poem, “The Description of Cookham”, which Aemilia Lanyer (1569-1645) wrote and published in 1610-11 at the request of her patron Margaret Clifford, Countess of Cumberland – the first estate poem in English literary history... View more
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