Newly Listed Publications
Lucy Worsley. Cavalier - A Tale of Chivalry, Passion, and Great Houses, London: Faber and Faber, 2007.
Elizabeth H. Hageman and Katherine Conway, eds. Resurrecting Elizabeth I in Seventeenth-Century England, Associated Univ. Press, 2007. Contains an essay on MC (and Bacon) by Brandie Siegfried. Other essays include on the publication of Elizabeth's writing by Steve May, one on Elizabeth Stuart (of Bohemia) as a new Elizabeth I by Georgianna Ziegler, and one on Elizabeth I in 17th century music by Leslie Dunn.
Ben van Benden and Nora de Poorter, eds., Royalist Refugees: William and Margaret Cavendish in the Rubens House 1648 - 1660. Antwerp: Rubenshuis & Rubenianum, 2006, 263 pp. Large numbers of color illustrations including likenesses of Elizabeth and Jane Cavendish, and a collection of brief essays.
Introduction, Ben van Benden
From Gentleman to Prince [on William Cavendish], James Knowles
"War is all the world about" [on the Civil Wars], James Knowles
Horsemanship, Lucy Worsley, Urusla Hartings, Marika Keblusek
City in Transition [on Antwerp after 1648], Ilja Van Damme
Inhabitants of Antwerp, Ursula Harting
"We've Lost, Should we lose too our harmless mirth?" [on the Antwerp entertainments], James Knowles
William Cavendish as a Patron of Philosophers and Scientists, Timothy Raylor
"Amorous Music." Lynn Hulse
William Cavendish and the Fine Arts [Patronage before the Exlie], Karen Hearn
Cavendish and Sculpture, Simon Stock
"His Magnificent Buildings" [William's patronage of Architecture], Lucy Worsley
Literary Patronage and Book Culture in the Antwerp Period, Marika Kebusek
David Norbrook, "Women, the Republic of Letters, and the Public Sphere in the Mid-Seventeenth Century," Criticism, vol 46, 2006.
Sopie Tomlinson, Women on Stage in Stuart Drama, Cambridge
University Press (2005).
Hero Chalmers, Julie Sanders and Sophie Tomlinson, Three
Seventeenth-Century Plays on Women and Performance: John Fletcher's
The Wild-Goose Chase, James Shirley's The Bird in a Cage and
Margaret Cavendish's The Convent of Pleasure. Manchester
Paul Salzman, Reading Early Modern Women's Writing,
Oxford University Press, 2006.
Katherine Romack and James Fitzmaurice, editors, Cavendish
and Shakespeare: Interconnections, Aldershot: Ashgate
Press, 2006. A collection of essays.
Issue of Early Modern Literary Sudies (EMLS).
New and Forthcoming Publications
Bowerbank, Sylvia. Speaking for Nature: Women and
Ecologies in Early Modern Engalnd, Johns Hoplins University
Chalmers, Hero. Royalist Women Writers, 1650-1689 due
out in the fall of 2004 from
Oxford, Clarendon Press [Chapter 1 is exclusively on Cavendish and Chapter
3 deals with Cavendish
and Philips. Chapters 2 and 4 are on Philips and Behn respectively].
Clucas, Stephen, ed. A Princely Brave Woman: Essays
on Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of
Newcastle, Ashgate Press, 2003. Table of Contents
"'Thy Speech Eloquent,
Thy Wit Quick, Thy Expressions Easy': Rhetoric and Gender in Plays by
Renaissance Women," Renaissance Forum: An Electronic Journal of Early
Modern Literary and Historical Studies, Vol. 6, No. 2 (Winter, 2003
Winter), 45 paragraphs.
Cottegnies, Line. "The Garden and the Tower:
Pastoral Retreat and Configurations of the Self in the Auto/Biographical
Works of Margaret Cavendish and Lucy Hutchinson," in Mapping
the Self: Space, Identity, Discourse in British Auto/Biography,
eds., Frédéric Regard and Geoffrey Wall, Saint-Etienne,
France: Université de Saint-Etienne, 2003, pp. 125-44.
Cottegnies, Line and Nancy Weitz, eds. Authorial Conquests:
Essays on Genre in
the Writings of Margaret Cavendish, Fairleigh Dickenson
University Press. 2003. Table of Contents
Crawford, Julie. "Convents and Pleasures: Margaret Cavendish
and the Drama of Property," Renaissance Drama, 32 (2003),
____________. "'Pleaders, Atturneys, Petitioners and the
Like': Margaret Cavendish and the Dramatic Petition." pp.
241-60, in Pamela Allen Brown and Peter Parolin, eds., Women
Players in England, 1500-1650: Beyond the All-Male Stage,
Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2005.
Fitzmaurice, James. “’Said the Duke’ and
‘She Answered’: Reporting Clauses and Revision in
Two of Cavendish’s Romances,” for Methods in
Historical Pragmatics, edited by Susan Fitzmaurice and
Irma Taavitsainen. De Gruyter, expected publication, spring
________________.. “‘The Lotterie’: A Transcription
of a Manuscript Play Probably by Margaret Cavendish,”
Huntington Library Quarterly, vol. 66 ( 2003),
pp. 155 - 67.
________________. “’When an Old Ballad Is Plainly
Sung’: Musical Lyrics in the Plays of Margaret and William
Cavendish” in Gender and Oral Traditions in Early
Modern Texts, eds. Mary Ellen Lamb and Karen Bamford. Volume
accepted by Ashgate Press, forthcoming summer 2007.
Goldbert, Jonathan. "Margaret Cavendish, Scribe."
GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies, 10:3 (2004),
Hammons, Pamela S. "The Gendered Imagination of Property
in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century English Women's Verse."
CLIO: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy
of History, Vol. 34, No. 4 (2005 Summer), pp. 395-418.
Hopkins, Lisa. "Jane Austen and Bess of Hardwick," Notes
and Queries, 249 (June, 2004), p. 134.
Jankowski, Theodora A. "Good Enough to Eat: The Domestic Economy
of Woman-Woman Eroticism in Margaret Cavendish and Andrew Marvell,"
eds. Corinne S. Abate and Elizabeth Mazzola, Privacy, Domesticity,
and Women in Early Modern England, Aldershot, England: Ashgate, 2003, pp.
Maston, Jeffrey. "Material Cavendish: Paper, Performance, 'Sociable
Virginity,'" MLQ: Modern Language Quarterly Vol., 65. No. 1 (2004)
Micros, Marianne. "'A World
of My Own': John Milton and Margaret Cavendish's Reflections of Paradise," Cithara:
Essays in the Judaeo-Christian Tradition, Vol. 43, No. 1 (Nov 2003),
pp. 3 - 24.
Mosher, Joyce Delvin. "Female Spectacle as Liberation
in Margaret Cavendish's Plays," Early Modern English Studies, 11.1
Olbricht, Erika Mae. "Using Sex: Margaret Cavendish's The Lady
Contemplation and the Authorial Fantasy of Class Permanence." Pacific
Coast Philology, vol. 38 (2003), pp. 77 - 98.
Poole, William. "Francis Godwin, Henry Neville,
Margaret Cavendish, H. G. Wells: Some Utopian Debts," ANQ: A Quarterly
Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews, 16:3 (2003 Summer),
Rees, Emma, Margaret
Cavendish: Gender, Genre, Exile, Manchester University Press,
Reeves, Margaret. "Writing 'for Profitable Use': Satiric
Political Discourse in Women Prose Fiction, 1628-1688."
Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The
Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 65, No. 5 (2004 Nov), 1797.
Sadun, Hande. "Where Science Meets with Fancy: The Atomic
Poems of Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle." Edebiyat
Fakültesi Dergisi/Journal of the Faculty of Letters,
Vol 22, No. 2 (2005 Dec), pp. 187-202.
Saito, Miwa. "Harukanaru togenkyo." Eigo Seinen/Rising
Generation, Vol. 149, No. 10 (Jan, 2004), p. 618. [Compares
the Isle of Pines to the Blazing World, article
Schwarz, Kathryn. "Chastity, Militant and Married: Cavendish's
Romance, Milton's Masque," PMLA, vol. 118, (March, 2003),
pp. 270 - 285.
Silvani, Giovanna. "La necessità di dire io: Le
lettere e l'autobiografia di Margaret Cavendish." Torre
di Babele: Rivista di Letteratura e Linguistica, Vol. 2
(2004), pp. 13-27.
Spiller, Elizabeth, Science, Reading, and Renaissance Literature:
The Art of Making Knowwledge 1580-1670,
Cambridge University Press, forthcoming July 2004 [contains
a chapter on Cavendish in the context of early modern science
and the history of reading practices].
Starr, G. Gabrielle. "Cavendish, Aesthetics, and the Anti-Platonic
Line." Eighteenth-Century Studies, Vol. 39, No.
3 (2006 Spring), pp. 295-308.
Sutherland, Christine. "Margaret Cavendish as Rhetorical Theorist,"
British Rhetoricians and Logicians, 1500-1660,
ed. Edward Malone, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 28,
Columbia SC: Clark Layman Inc., 2003 pp. 36 - 47.
Totaro, Rebecca, Suffering in Paradise: The Bubonic Plague
in English Literature from More to Milton, Duquesene University Press,
April, 2005 [three chapters devoted to Cavendish: one on Cavendish only and
one each pairing her with Bacon and Milton].
Wagner, Geraldine. "Romancing
Multiplicity: Female Subjectivity and the Body Divisible in
Margaret Cavendish's Blazing World," Early
Modern Literary Studies: A Journal of Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century
English Literature, Vol. 9, No. 1 (2003 May), 59 paragraphs.
Wells, Christina M. "'Your Garbe Makes Me I Knowe You
Not': The Cavendish Family and the Literary Transformation of
Marriage Practices." Dissertation Abstracts International,
Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 65. No.
Wilcox, Helen. "Margaret Cavendish and the Landscapes of a Woman's
Life," in Mapping the Self: Space, Identity, Discourse
in British Auto/Biography, eds., Frédéric
Regard and Geoffrey Wall, Saint-Etienne, France: Université
de Saint-Etienne, 2003, pp. 73 - 88.
Wilson, Miranda. "Building a Perfect Silence: The Use
of Renaissance Architecture in Margaret Cavendish's Bell in
Campo." 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries
in the Early Modern Era, Vol. 10 (2004), pp. 245-64.
Worsley, Lucy. ‘Building a Family: William Cavendish,
First Duke of Newcastle, and the Construction of Bolsover and
Nottingham Castles’, The Seventeenth Century 19.2 (autumn
2004), pp. 233-59.
___________. Cavalier: the Biography of a Seventeenth-century
Household, forthcoming spring of 2006. On William Cavendish and
____________. "Changing Notions of Authenticity: Presenting
a Castle Over Four Centuries," International Journal of Heritage Studies,
vol. 10, No. 2 (May 2004), pp. 129 - 149.
____________. "'An habitation not so magnificent as useful':
Life at Welbeck Abbey in the 17th century," The Transactions
of the Thoroton Society of Nottinghamshire, vol. 108 (2003),
pp. 123 - 143.
Wu, Hui. "The Paradigm of Margaret Cavendish: Reading
Women's Alternative Rhetorics in a Global Context." pp.
171-85. In Jacqueline Jones Royster and Ann Marie Mann Simpkins,
Ann Marie Mann,Calling Cards: Theory and Practice in the
Study of Race, Gender, and Culture. Albany, NY: State U
of New York P, 2005.
Margaret Cavendish: Political Writings, ed., Susan James,
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003.
Sociable Letters, ed., James Fitzmaurice, Broadview
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