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Rereading and interpreting medieval sources with an eye to reconstructing women's realities, this work explores the development of female identity through ideas about "women's work."
· Original materials and documents, drawn from published as well as unpublished sources, include medieval literature, instruction manuals, chronicles, cookbooks and medical treatises
· Approximately 40 reproductions from illuminated manuscripts and early printed books enhance the text
· A chronology covers the years 1200-1500
· A comprehensive bibliography of primary and secondary sources enables further research
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Martha W. Driver, PhD, is distinguished professor of English and women's and gender studies at Pace University, New York, NY.
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