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Narasingha, Sil P. (2001). Tudor Placement and Statesmen: Select Case Histories. Madison, NJ: Farleigh Dickinson University Press. 
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O'Callaghan, Michelle (2000). "Publication: Print and Manuscript". in Michael Hattaway, ed. A Companion to English Renaissance Literature and Culture. Malden: Blackwell. pp. 81-94. 
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Ostovich, Helen; Mary V. Silcox, and Graham Roebuck, eds (1999). Other Voices, Other Views: Expanding the Canon in English Renaissance Studies. Newark London: University of Delaware Press; Associated University Presses. ISBN 0874136806 (alk. paper). 
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PEdit

Pacheco, Anita (2002). "Introduction". in Anita Pacheco, ed. A Companion to Early Modern Women's Writing. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture. Oxford; Malden, MA: Blackwell. pp. xiv-xx. 
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Parker, David Reed (1998). The Commonplace Book in Tudor London: An Examination of BL MSS Egerton 1995, Harley 2252, Lansdowne 762, and Oxford Balliol College MS 354. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America. ISBN 0761812423 (alk. paper). 
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Paxson, James J. (2005). "The Allegorical Construction of Female Feeling and Forma: Gender, Diabolism, and Personification in Hildegard of Bingen's Ordo Virtutum". in Lisa Renee Perfetti, ed. The Representation of Women's Emotions in Medieval and Early Modern Culture. Gainesville, FL: Florida UP. pp. 43-62. 
Pearson, Jacqueline (2001). "'An Emblem of Themselves, in Plum or Pear': Poetry, the Female Body and the Country House". in Barbara Smith and Ursula Appelt, eds. Write or Be Written: Early Modern Women Poets and Cultural Constraints. Women and Gender in Early Modern England. Aldershot, England: Ashgate. pp. 87-104. ISBN 1-84014-288-X. 
Pearson, Jacqueline (1996). "Women Reading, Reading Women". in Helen Wilcox, ed. Women and Literature in Britain, 1500-1700. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 80-99. ISBN 0-521-46777-2. 
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Pennell, Sara (2004). "Perfecting Practice? Women, Manuscript Recipes and Knowledge in Early Modern England". in Victoria E. Burke, Jonathan Gibson, and Elizabeth Clarke, eds. Early Modern Women's Manuscript Writing: Selected Papers from the Trinity/Trent Colloquium. Aldershot, England: Ashgate. pp. 237-258. ISBN 0-7546-0469-1. 
Perfetti, Lisa R. (1998). "Men's Theories, Women's Laughter: The Thousand and One Nights and Women's Comic Pleasures in Medieval Literature". Exemplaria: A Journal of Theory in Medieval and Renaissance Studies 10: 207-41. 
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Peters, Christine (2003). Patterns of Piety: Women, Gender and Religion in Late Medieval and Reformation England. Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press. 
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Pettit, Alexander (2003). "Terrible Texts, "Marginal" Works, and the Mandate of the Moment: The Case of Eliza Haywood". Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature 22 (2): 293-314. ISSN 0732-7730. 
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Pitts, Melanie E. (2003). Lyric Warriors, Lyric Women: Gendering Petrarchism in Early Modern England. University of Miami, Ph.D. diss. 
Pratt, Kathryn (2003). "'Wounds Still Curelesse': Estates of Loss in Mary Wroth's Urania". in Corrine S. Abate, ed. Privacy, Domesticity, and Women in Early Modern England. Aldershot, England: Ashgate. pp. 45-62. ISBN 0-7546-3043-9. 
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Price, Bronwen (2001). "A Rhetoric of Innocence: The Poetry of Katherine Philips, 'The Matchless Orinda'". in Barbara Smith and Ursula Appelt, eds. Write or Be Written: Early Modern Women Poets and Cultural Constraints. Women and Gender in Early Modern England. Aldershot, England: Ashgate. pp. 223-246. ISBN 1-84014-288-X. 
Price, Bronwen (2002). "Women's Poetry 1550-1700: 'Not Unfit to be Read'". in Anita Pacheco, ed. A Companion to Early Modern Women's Writing. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture. Oxford; Malden, MA: Blackwell. pp. 282-302. 

QEdit

Quilligan, Maureen (1990). "Feminine Endings: The Sexual Politics of Sidney's and Spenser's Rhyming". in Anne M. Haselkorn and Betty S. Travitsky, eds. The Renaissance Englishwoman in Print: Counterbalancing the Canon. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press. pp. 311-326. 
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REdit

Rabb, Melinda Alliker (2002). "The Work of Women in the Age of Electronic Reproduction: The Canon, Early Modern Women Writers and the Postmodern Reader". in Anita Pacheco, ed. A Companion to Early Modern Women's Writing. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture. Oxford; Malden, MA: Blackwell. pp. 339-360. 
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Remley, Paul (1994). "Mary Shelton and Her Tudor Literary Milieu". in Peter C. Herman, ed. Rethinking the Henrician Era: Essays on Early Tudor Texts and Contexts. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. pp. 40-77. 
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Richey, Esther Gilman (1997). "`To undoe the booke': Cornelius Agrippa, Aemilia Lanyer and the Subversion of Pauline Authority". English Literary Renaissance 27 (1): 106-129. 
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Ringler, Jr., William A. (1990). "The Nutbrown Maid (A Reconstructed Text)". in Kirby Farrell, Arthur F. Kinney, and Elizabeth Hageman, eds. Women in the Renaissance: Selections from English Literary Renaissance. Amherst: U of Massachusetts P. pp. 3-27. 
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Roberts, Josephine A. (1997). "Deciphering Women's Pastoral: Coded Language in Wroth's Love's Victory". in Claude J. Summers and Ted-Larry Pebworth, eds. Representing Women in Renaissance England. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. pp. 163-174. 
Roberts, Josephine A. (2000). "Diabolic Dreamscape in Lanyer and Milton". in Susanne Woods and Margaret P. Hannay, eds. Teaching Tudor and Stuart Women Writers. Modern Language Association of America: Options for Teaching. New York: The Modern Language Association. pp. 299-302. 
Roberts, Josephine A.; Margaret P. Hannay (2000). "Lady Mary Wroth". in Susanne Woods and Margaret P. Hannay, eds. Teaching Tudor and Stuart Women Writers. Modern Language Association of America: Options for Teaching. New York: The Modern Language Association. pp. 145-154. 
Roberts, Josephine A. (1995). ""My inward house": Women's Autobiographical Poetry in the Early Seventeenth Century". in Robert C. Evans and Anne C. Little, eds. The Muses Females Are: Martha Moulsworth and Other Women Writers of the English Renaissance. 20. West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Press. 
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SEdit

Sachs, Hannelore (1971). The Renaissance Woman. New York: McGraw Hill. ISBN 0070543755. 
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