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Tania Robles Ballesteros
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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Vol. 25 Núm. 2 (2018): Género, memoria y poder en la Edad Media, Estudios, Páginas 473-500
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/arenal.v25i2.5281
Recibido: oct 23, 2016 Aceptado: abr 30, 2017 Publicado: dic 19, 2018
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El presente artículo tiene por objeto analizar el papel de la mujer en la guerra civil inglesa en una de las producciones teatrales más interesantes de la escritora Margaret Cavendish, duquesa de Newcastle (1623-1673): Bell in Campo. La obra reviste especial relevancia por los planteamientos que hace de la participación de la mujer en los conflictos bélicos y, también, por haber servido como elemento propagandístico para las acciones de la soberana Enriqueta María de Inglaterra. El texto, además, incluye una serie de reivindicaciones de índole político y social relativas a la mujer y a su presencia en la sociedad del momento que nos permiten considerar los escritos de la duquesa dentro del primer feminismo inglés del siglo XVII.

 

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