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'This collection is a noteworthy addition to the bibliography on women's contributions to medieval literature...McAvoy and Watt are to be commended for compiling an outstanding collaborative history of women's writings, as well as a significant history of medieval literature. It will be profitably read by anyone interested in medieval literature or women's writing. With its assessments of prior and current scholarship and its generous notes and bibliography, it offers a thorough overview of the field for graduate students, and its informative, well-written, and original essays make it recommended reading for anyone studying women's writing.' - Monica Brzezinski Potkay, The Review of English Studies

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LIZ HERBERT MCAVOY, Reader in Gender Studies and Medieval Literature at Swansea University, UK, where she also directs the Centre for Medieval and Early Modern Research. She has published widely in the area of medieval women's writing and has recently completed a book on gender, space and medieval anchoritic enclosure.
DIANE WATT, Professor of English Literature at Surrey University, UK, and Deputy Director of the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, a research collaboration between Aberystwyth and Bangor Universities. She has published widely on medieval literature and culture and her recent publications include Medieval Women's Writing and The Lesbian Premodern (co-edited with Noreen Giffney and Michelle Sauer.

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