|Statement||edited by Elissa B. Weaver.|
|Series||Il portico -- 134|
|Contributions||Weaver, Elissa B.|
|LC Classifications||BX4668.3.T37 A73 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
Tarabotti, Arcangela (), Venetian Nun and Writer. Biographic Details Digitized Texts Editions of Works. Elena Cassandra Tarabotti was born in the Castello neighborhood of Venice to Stefano Tarabotti and Maria Cadena in She was one of . Sharp-witted and sharp-tongued, Arcangela Tarabotti () yearned to be formally educated and enjoy an independent life in Venetian literary circles. But instead, at sixteen, her father forced her into a Benedictine convent. To protest her confinement, Tarabotti composed polemical works exposing the many injustices perpetrated against women of her al Tyranny, the first . Paternal Tyranny, the first of these works, is a fiery but carefully argued manifesto against the oppression of women by the Venetian patriarchy. Denouncing key misogynist texts of the era, Tarabotti shows how despicable it was for Venice, a republic that prided itself on its political liberties, to deprive its women of rights accorded even to 4/5(1). Arcangela Tarabotti (24 February 28 February ) was a Venetian nun and Early Modern Italian writer. Tarabotti wrote texts and corresponded with cultural and political figures for most of her adult life, centering the issues of forced enclosure, and what she saw as other symptoms and systems of patriarchy and misogyny in her works and /5.
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L'"Inferno monacale" Francesca Medioli, Arcangela Tarabotti. Rosenberg & Sellier, - Religion - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Section 1. 9. Paternal Tyranny [Arcangela Tarabotti and Letizia Panizza]. Sharp-witted and sharp-tongued, Arcangela Tarabotti () yearned to be formally educated and enjoy an independent life in Venetian literary circles. But instead, at sixteen, her father. General Overviews. With the exception of Zanette , there have been no book-length studies devoted solely to the earliest serious studies of Tarabotti, after Zanette, is Conti Odorisio , which takes a comparative approach to its tti is included in several general women’s histories (King , Panizza ) and databases of women’s writing in . Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Arcangela Tarabotti. Ravenna: Longo, (OCoLC)