Translating Women in Early Modern England: Gender in the Elizabethan Versions of Boiardo, Ariosto and Tasso

By Stefania Arcara (Università di Catania, Italy)

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STEFANIA ARCARA is Lecturer in English Literature at the Faculty of Languages, University of Catania. She has studied in Britain (Warwick) and in the U.S. (Wisconsin-Madison). Her interests cover gender and cultural studies, seventeenth-century and Victorian literature, travel writing and literary translation. Her publications include articles in British and Italian journals and the books Oscar Wilde e la Sicilia: temi mediterranei nell’estetismo inglese (1998), Constructing the South: Sicily, Southern Italy and the Mediterranean in British Culture, 1773-1926 (2000) and Messaggere di Luce: storia delle quacchere Katherine Evans e Sarah Cheevers prigioniere dell’Inquisizione (2007).


STEFANIA ARCARA è ricercatrice di Letteratura Inglese presso la Facoltà di Lingue dell’Università di Catania. Ha studiato in Gran Bretagna (Warwick) e negli Stati Uniti (Wisconsin-Madison). I suoi interessi comprendono gender e cultural studies, letteratura di viaggio e traduzione letteraria. Si occupa di scrittura femminile del Cinque e Seicento, di Vittorianesimo e fin de siècle. Ha pubblicato tra l’altro: Oscar Wilde e la Sicilia: temi mediterranei nell’estetismo inglese (1998), Constructing the South: Sicily, Southern Italy and the Mediterranean in British Culture, 1773-1926 (2000) e Messaggere di Luce: storia delle quacchere Katherine Evans e Sarah Cheevers prigioniere dell’Inquisizione (2007).

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©inTRAlinea & Stefania Arcara (2011).
"Translating Women in Early Modern England: Gender in the Elizabethan Versions of Boiardo, Ariosto and Tasso"
inTRAlinea Reviews
Edited by: {specials_editors_reviews}
This article can be freely reproduced under Creative Commons License.
Stable URL: http://www.intralinea.org/specials/article/1100

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