A History of Central European Women's Writing (Studies in by Celia Hawkesworth

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By Celia Hawkesworth

A background of significant ecu Women's Writing bargains a different survey of literature from the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia, and Slovenia. It illustrates the improvement of women's writing within the zone from the center a long time to the current day, putting person writers of their social and political context and displaying how tactics shaping their lives are mirrored of their works.

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1, pp. 118–42. 20 According to J. A. Zal⁄ uski’s Bibliotheca poetarum Polonorum (also 1754), an earlier edition appeared in 1751, but no complete copy is extant. 21 Franciszka Urszula Radziwil⁄ l⁄ owa, Teatr Urszuli Radziwil⁄ l⁄ owej, Oprac. i posl⁄ owiem opatrzyl⁄ a Karyna Wierzbicka. Studium ‘Talia i Melpomena w Nies´wiez˙u’ napisal⁄ Julian Krzyz˙anowski, Warszawa, 1961. 22 Tygodnik Mód i Powies´ci (1900, nos 17–27, 29–31, 36–9). 23 Witkor Gomulicki, ‘Zapomniana poetka polska z wieku XVIII-go’ in Kl⁄ osy z polskiej niwy, Warszawa, 1912, pp.

All the dialogues contain a strong element of sexual innuendo as well as a perception of ‘love’ as a kind of elegant game or ritual played out between the two participants. But they also convey a sense of unease on the part of the poet that such games are insincere and potentially threatening. Like Druz˙backa, Niemiryczowa seems to represent a transition from the late Baroque, but already moving not so much towards the Enlightenment as towards Sentimentalism. –1799), who enjoyed a very short-lived fame in her early youth, when two of her poems Ursula Phillips 21 were published in Magazyn Warszawski (1785), but who quickly faded into obscurity thereafter.

Editions were printed in 1606 at Prague, 1609 at Leipzig, in 1712 in Amsterdam, and at Frankfurt in 1723. Many of her poems took the form of addresses to princes such as James I of England. She also wrote epigrams, epistles to friends, and a Latin poem in praise of typography, and translated some of Aesop’s fables into Latin verse. English scholars thought highly of her work, and ranked her with Sir Thomas More and the best Latin poets of her day. Her reputation on the Continent was even higher.

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