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Exhortations to Women and to Others if They Please

by Lucrezia Marinella

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Series: The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe

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"With this translation of Marinella's Exhortations to Women and to Others if They Please we can now read another crucial text from her extensive body of work, one that signals a radical ideological shift from her best known text, The Nobility and Excellence of Women; we can thus enjoy a fuller picture of the author and her opinions. Only three copies of the Exhortations have been located in any library, and in the absence of a critical edition this translation will prove to be a point of reference for scholars and students alike. Benedetti's thorough introduction situates Marinella and her works within early seventeenth-century Venetian culture - and the Counter-Reformation more broadly - in a way that is profoundly influenced by philology and is also theoretically sound." - Maria Galli Stampino, Associate Professor of French and Italian, University of Miami

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