17th century, Arts

The silent rebellion of Elizabeth Cary

By Martin Parlett For many, Elizabeth Cary (1585–1639) is not a name that readily flares the synapses; nor one which encourages an emotional kindling of English national or literary pride. It is a name, whether through natural critical evolution, or purposeful ostracism from the literary canon, forced to whisper itself at the fringes of syllabi… Continue reading The silent rebellion of Elizabeth Cary