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By Celia Hawkesworth

A heritage of critical eu Women's Writing bargains a distinct survey of literature from the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia, and Slovenia. It illustrates the advance of women's writing within the quarter from the center a while to the current day, putting person writers of their social and political context and displaying how methods shaping their lives are mirrored of their works.

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200–20. Reprinted, Warsaw, 1978, pp. 189–208; then of Brajerski and Starnawski: Konstancja Benisl⁄ awska, Pies´ni sobie s´piewane, (eds), T. Brajerski and J. Starnawski, Lublin, 1958. See also Tadeusz Brajerski, O je˛zyku ‘Pies´ni’ Konstancji Benisl⁄ awskiej, Lublin, 1961 (Rozprawy Wydzial⁄ u Historyczno-Filologicznego, 22). 33 Tomasz Chachulski, ‘Hej, gdybym stworzyc´ hymn zdol⁄ al⁄ a nowy! O “Pies´niach sobie s´piewanych” Konstancji Benisl⁄ awskiej’, in T. ), Motywy religijne w twórczos´ci polskiego os´wiecenia, Lublin, 1995, pp.

12 The seventeenth century was a time of great confusion in Hungary, for it was not until 1686 that the Turks were defeated at the siege of Buda. But by that time a full-scale civil war was in progress, and peace was not restored until 1711. Conditions were consequently unfavourable for the steady development of cultural life in which women would have been able to play an increasingly active role. It is scarcely surprising, therefore, that, with a few exceptions, women writers virtually disappear from the historical record after the late sixteenth century, and only reemerge in the revival of Hungarian cultural life at the end of the eighteenth century.

She was evidently respected by the leading intellectuals in the community for her talents and achievements, but her writings were only recently rediscovered. 5 The poems are what we would describe as panegyric ‘occasional’ verse, strictly adhering to standard rhetorical forms, executed with some sophistication. A selection of Memorata’s poems with translations into Polish has recently appeared. 6 This goes some way to restoring ‘visibility’ to the forgotten poet. 16 Polish Women Authors before 1800 Among the most interesting figures writing in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, though, like Anna Wazówna, not senso stricto ‘literary’ writers, were two nuns, Magdalena Morte˛ska and Anna Maria Marchocka, spiritual authors of some sophistication who gave up lives of relative ease for the seclusion of the convent.

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