Male views of women and female views of women: is there an identifiable gender-divide in the sixteenth-century emblematic perception of women?

Alison Marilyn Saunders

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIn: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham
Place of PublicationIn: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham
Pages123-145
Number of pages22
Publication statusPublished - 2003

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Saunders, A. M. (2003). Male views of women and female views of women: is there an identifiable gender-divide in the sixteenth-century emblematic perception of women? In In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham (pp. 123-145). In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham.

Male views of women and female views of women: is there an identifiable gender-divide in the sixteenth-century emblematic perception of women? / Saunders, Alison Marilyn.

In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham. In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham, 2003. p. 123-145.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Saunders, AM 2003, Male views of women and female views of women: is there an identifiable gender-divide in the sixteenth-century emblematic perception of women? in In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham. In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham, pp. 123-145.
Saunders AM. Male views of women and female views of women: is there an identifiable gender-divide in the sixteenth-century emblematic perception of women? In In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham. In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham. 2003. p. 123-145
Saunders, Alison Marilyn. / Male views of women and female views of women: is there an identifiable gender-divide in the sixteenth-century emblematic perception of women?. In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham. In: Female Saints and Sinners: Saintes et Mondaines (France, 1450-1650) (eds. Britnell,J. J.;Moss,J. A.), Durham Modern Languages Series, Durham, 2003. pp. 123-145
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