- Title Pages
1Competing Concepts of Literacy in Imperial Contexts
2Sociolinguistic Matrices for Early Modern Literacies
3Discourses of Imperial Nationalism as Matrices for Early Modern Literacies
4An Empire of Her Own
5Making the World Anew
6Allegories of Imperial Subjection
7New World Scenes from a Female Pen
- Select Bibliography
- Dido's Daughters
- University of Chicago Press
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