Oral Traditions and Gender in Early Modern Literary Texts
This volume explores the cultural meanings, especially the gendered meanings, of material associated with oral traditions. It is divided into three sections: 'Our mothers' maids', 'Spinsters, knitters and the uses of oral traditions' and 'Oral traditions and masculinity'.
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