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[Bibliography & Endnotes] To what extent are books of advice or "conduct books" accurate guides to the relationship between husbands and wives in the Tudor and Stuart Period?



BIBLIOGRAPHY


K. M. Davies, Continuity and Change in literary Advice on Marriage, in R. B. Outhwaite (ed) Marriage and Society (London, 1981)

L. Pollock, 'Teach her to live under obedience': the making of women in the upper ranks of early modern England, Continuity and Change, 4,2, (1989)

N. H. Keeble, The Cultural identity of Seventeenth-Century Woman (London, 1994)

R. Houlbrooke (ed.), English Family Life (Oxford, 1988)

S. D. Amussen, An Ordered Society (oxford, 1988)

K. Wrightson, English Society 1580-1680 (London, 1982)

A. Wall, Elizabethan precept and Feminine practice, History, 75, (1990)

M. Prior (ed.), Women in English Society 1500-1800 (London, 1986)

A. Fraser, The Weaker Vessel (London, 1984)

W. Seymar, Conjugium Conjurgium 1673 by William Ramsey and Marriage asserted 1674 Anonymous (New York, 1976)

B. Gottlieb, The Family in the Western World from the Blackdeath to the Industrial Age (New York, 1993)

C. Camden, The Elizabethan Woman (New York, 1975)

D. M. Parsons, The English Woman In History (London, 1957)

N. L. Jones, The Birth of the Elizabethan Age (Oxford, 1993)

S. E. Ozment, When Fathers Ruled (Cambridge, 1983)




ENDNOTES


1. William Gouge, Of Domesticall Duties (1622) cited in K.Wrightson, English Society 1580-1680 (London, 1982) p.90.

2. Henry Smith A Preparative to Marriage (1591) cited in N. H. Keeble, The Cultural identity of Seventeenth-Century Woman (London, 1994) p.148.

3. William Gouge, Of Domesticall Duties (1622) cited in K. M. Davies, Continuity and Change in literary Advice on Marriage, in R. B. Outhwaite (ed), Marriage and Society (London, 1981) p.69.

4. Thomas smith De Republica Angorium cited in N. L. Jones, The Birth of the Elizabethan Age (Oxford, 1993) p.111.

5. S. D. Amussen, An Ordered Society (oxford, 1988) p.92.

6. Henry Smith A Preparative to Marriage (1591) cited in N. H. Keeble, Op. Cit. p.148.

7. John Dod and Richard Cleaver cited in S. D. Amussen, Op. Cit. p.42.

8. S. E. Ozment, When Fathers Ruled (Cambridge, 1983) p.70.

9. A. Wall, Elizabethan precept and Feminine practice, History, 75, (1990)p.27.

10. Isaac Archer (1688) cited in R. Houlbrooke (ed.), English Family Life (Oxford, 1988) p.79.

11. Thomas Folly, (1675) cited in R. Houlbrooke, Ibid. p.88.

12. L. Pollock, 'Teach her to live under obedience': the making of women in the upper ranks of early modern England, Continuity and Change, 4,2, (1989) pp.247-248.

13. D. M. Parsons, The English Woman In History (London, 1957)p.109.

14. William Whateley, A Bride-Bush cited in C. Camden, The Elizabethan Woman (New York, 1975) p.314.

15. William Gouge, Of Domesticall Duties (1622) cited in N. H. Keeble, Op. Cit. p.158.

16. William Gouge, Of Domesticall Duties (1622) cited in N. H. Keeble, Ibid. p.155.

17. Edmund Harrold, (Diary entry for 25 June, 1712) cited in R.Houlbrooke, Op. Cit. p.66.

18. William Whateley, A Bride-Bush cited in C. Camden, ibid. p.314.

19. William Ramsey, Conjugium Conjurgium in W. Seymar, Conjugium Conjurgium 1673 by William Ramsey and Marriage Asserted 1674 Anonymous (New York, 1976) pp.17-19.

20. William Ramsey, Conjugium Conjurgium in W. Seymar, Ibid. p.20.

21. Anonymous, Marriage asserted (1674) in W. Seymar, Ibid. p.20.

22. A. Wall, Op. Cit. p.38.

23. John Evelyn (1704) cited in L. Pollock, Op. Cit. p.242.

24. Lady Payton in L. Pollock, Ibid. p.247.

25. Maria Touchet, cited in A. Wall, Op. Cit. p.29.

26. B. Gottlieb, The Family in the Western World from the Blackdeath to the Industrial Age (New York, 1993) p.93.

27. K. Wrightson, Op. Cit. p.92.

28. K. Wrightson, Ibid. p.44.

29. William Gouge, Of Domesticall Duties (1622) cited in S. D. Amussen, Op. Cit. p.45.

30. K. Wrightson, Op. Cit. p.91.

31. K. Wrightson, Ibid. p.92.


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