This essay examines An Collins's Divine Songs and Meditacions as a means of investigating the relation between devotional and gendered subjectivity. The instability of Collins's devotional identity overlaps with her position as a feminine subject who, in the process of inscribing her spiritual life, dissents from early modern gender norms.
|Title of host publication||An Collins and the historical imagination|
|Editors||W. Scott Howard|
|Place of Publication||Burlington|
|Publisher||Ashgate Publishing Limited|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|
- women's literature and culture