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Sovereign virtue, singular fame : Margaret Cavendish's self-construction as woman and author, and the roles she sees for women as thinkers and beautiful tyrants in Natures pictures drawn by fancies pencil to the life.
(University of Canterbury, 1992)
Wanting to be more than a body subject to time, and fearing erasure, Margaret Cavendish wrote in ord,er to leave artifacts which characterised her and would ensure the continuation of her identity in immortal fame. Since ...