She was questioned several times on suspicion of Lollardy, but was found completely orthodox, although her former parish priest was burned alive for heresy. Then as now, margery had - and still has - her critics, but she was unquestionably holy, and her boke stands as a unique social record by an irrepressible early female traveller. Margery died after 1439. Rose Throckmorton (née locke help to continue a religious theme, in the life of Rose Throckmorton we find a continuation of the religious intolerance which touched even Margery kempe. 1527, daughter of a london merchant, rose was educated as Protestant, very privately for feare of troble. The mid-sixteenth century, as the early fifteenth, was not a good time to shout about differences of religious opinion, and Rose and her first husband Anthony hickman (m. 1543) were persecuted by queen Mary (Tudor) for harbouring clergy.
Margaret Hoby, born 1571 and married three times, once strange to the brother of the earl of Essex, once to Thomas Sidney and once to Thomas Hoby, margaret wrote the earliest extant English diary, in Yorkshire, between 15It began as a strictly puritan exercise to catch. As the supervisor of her third husbands estates, the days she describes were busy indeed. The diary stops abruptly in 1605, and Margery died in 1633. Margery kempe, in contrast with Margaret Hoby, margery was illiterate and could not write her own boke - famous as the first autobiography in English. 1373 in Norfolk, margerys background was similar. Bridgets, in that she was married with numerous children, and also took a vow of chastity. Never well-educated, and from a fairly privileged background, she nevertheless set out on pilgrimages around England (including a visit to julian of Norwich and to the holy land, compostella, italy and Germany. She became notorious for excessive religious fervour, often shrieking and crying, and was extremely unpopular with her fellow travellers, who took to cutting up her clothes and doing their best to escape from her.
Augustine, and not her own. (In 1378, however, the Bridgettine rule was confirmed by the new Pope). Four male secretaries wrote down her Liber celestis revelationum, and translated it from the vernacular into latin. Bridget was an incredibly influential visionary of the middle Ages whose rule led to the creation of the order of Bridgettine nuns, firmly established in England in the 1420s. She had an enormous influence on lay devotion in fifteenth-century England. 1537, jane/Joan (there is evidence for both) was a member of a very well-connected family. Her father was Henry fitzalan, earl of Arundel (owner of the finest library in England her sister Mary was Duchess of Norfolk, and her cousin was Lady jane Grey, queen of England 1553. She married Baron Lumley in 1550, aged about thirteen, and produced soon afterwards the earliest surviving English translation of a greek tragedy: Euripides Iphigenia. She died in 1576.
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She was greatly admired by English writers from the twelfth century onwards. Julian of Norwich, born. 1343, julian was an anchoress attached to the church. Edward in Norwich, and may also have been a nun for a time. Few biographical details exist for Julian, but she probably knew Latin and was extremely well-educated for a woman of her time - although she refers to herself as unlearned. In may 1373, at the height of a serious illness, julian experienced a series of sixteen mystical showings which tail she used to write her revelations of divine love.
The so-called short version simply records the facts, while the longer version sets her visions into the context of her reclusive and spiritual life. Julians reputation spread quickly, both in England and abroad. She died after 1413. Bridget of Sweden, born in 1302, eve Bridget died in 1372 and was canonised in 1391. Married with numerous children, after a divine revelation she took a vow of chastity and received a rule of religious life. The pope allowed her to found two monasteries as long as they followed the rule.
1393, she made her living by writing and working as a scribe. Christines son lived in England in the early fifteenth century, where she corresponded with John Montacute, earl of Salisbury. Her reputation was soon established in this country, as it was in France, where many lords and ladies were her patrons. Two of the manuscripts presented here have a royal provenance: Harleian 4431, prepared under Christines supervision, was presented to Isabeau de bavière, queen of France, in 1410/11, while royal 15 e vi was a present to margaret of Anjou when she married Henry. Christine wrote love poems from a womans perspective, and prose works defending women against typical masculine attitudes of courtly love.
She also engaged in heated academic debates on the position of women with male scholars of the age, denouncing the way in which women were portrayed in literature such as the roman de la rose. Christines extraordinarily successful and prolific career came to an end. 1429, when she died. The earliest known female poet writing in French, maries identity remains obscure. All that is known for certain is that she lived in England in the twelfth century, was evidently acquainted with royalty, knew English and Latin but wrote in French. Some scholars have identified her with the marie who became Abbess of Shaftesbury in 1181. She wrote, before 1189, 12 lais (short narrative poems of love) dedicated to the king, presumably henry ii of England, and a collection of 102 Aesopic fables.
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Jump to: navigation, search, biography of women thank represents an intriguing genre, in particular compared to well-known feminocentricity of 18th-century novel. Distinguishing real biography from fictional narrative is not always easy. Of course, women who turned authors did intrigue their contemporaries as well as posterity, provoking this type of reception documents. In the course of our research, we noticed that for a relatively important number of women authors, other female writers formed the project of publishing a biographical text, in certain cases presenting their subject as a foremother or otherwise as an example that could. Many of these biographical pieces were published in late 19th-century womens press. Biography in the database, womenWriters. Svd, september 2007, note that when arriving in the database, womenWriters your status will be "not logged on meaning that your access to the database is limited. For complete access (and participation in the project contact. Sources dutch sources biography retrieved from " p/Biography ").