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.
|Title of host publication||English women, religion, and textual production, 1500–1625|
|Place of Publication||Farnham, UK|
|Number of pages||19|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
- women's writing
- Reformation religion
- women's translations
- Elizabeth Cooke Hoby Russell
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.