Humanism , the Reformation and the Debate over the Nature of Women in the Elizabethan and Jacobean Periods

Mohamed Gariti

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There was no Renaissance for women, at least not in the Renaissance,” wrote the twentieth century feminist critic J. Kelly Gadol (1977: 137-64). While I agree with this opinion about the place that women occupied in the public sphere, I can only qualify it in terms of the debate that arose as a consequence of the Renaissance.

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