'Living stones: Lady Elizabeth Russell and the art of sacred conversation'

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Abstract

This chapter offers an interpretation of Elizabeth Cooke Hoby Russell's translation of John Ponet's "A Way of Reconciliation of a Good and Learned Man," arguing that the idea of reconciliation took on special meaning in the post-Reformation period, which Russell exploits in her writings and commissioned monuments.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEnglish women, religion, and textual production, 1500–1625
EditorsMicheline White
Place of PublicationFarnham, UK
PublisherAshgate
Pages17-36
Number of pages19
ISBN (Electronic)9781409406525
ISBN (Print)9781409406518
Publication statusPublished - 2011

Keywords

  • women's writing
  • Reformation religion
  • women's translations
  • Elizabeth Cooke Hoby Russell

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    Phillippy, P. (2011). 'Living stones: Lady Elizabeth Russell and the art of sacred conversation'. In M. White (Ed.), English women, religion, and textual production, 1500–1625 (pp. 17-36). Farnham, UK: Ashgate.