CORSICA BUKU YANG BERKAIT DENGAN «GREENSICKNESS»
Ketahui penggunaan greensickness
dalam pilihan bibliografi berikut. Buku yang berkait dengan greensickness
dan ekstrak ringkas dari yang sama untuk menyediakan konteks penggunaannya dalam kesusasteraan Corsica.
Women's Worlds in Seventeenth-Century England: A Sourcebook
1.14 Greensickness: Johanna St John, 1680 Johanna St John was the daughter
of the famous lawyer and Parliamentarian, Oliver St John. Her commonplace
book is an interesting one. Small notes scribbled inside the covers, such as 'cow
Patricia Crawford, Laura Gowing, 2005
Menstruation and the Female Body in Early Modern England
Indeed, this might have been the perception more widely too; John Freind
suggested that this disease was 'almost epidemick'.61This fits in more with the
sheer visibility of greensickness in early modern media than with the reality of the
Talmudic Re-readings: Toward a Modern Orthodox Sexual Ethic
And in light of our discussion of the illnesses of sexual repression, which include
greensickness, which is reminiscent of the green palm leaf, I think that this story
can be read as a tale of the illness and cure of sexual repression. Pomegranates
The Premodern Teenager: Youth in Society, 1150-1650
Greensickness. in. Romeo. and. Juliet: Considerations. on. a. Sixteenth. -Century.
Disease. of. Virgins. Ursula. Potter. In a lecture to undergraduate students at the
University of Sydney, Visiting Professor Michael Best commented on the ...
Konrad Eisenbichler, 2002
The Indistinct Human in Renaissance Literature
I narrow the approach modeled by Paster, focusing on literary instances where
greensickness is explicitly invoked as a concrete threat or presence in order to
expand critical discussions of the physical ailment beyond the humoral realm.
Jean E. Feerick, Vin Nardizzi, 2012
Love in Print in the Sixteenth Century: The Popularization ...
Another symptom of greensickness or hysteria more broadly was female
masturbation: As Ferrand explains, pain in the genital area caused “women so
afflicted [to] touch these areas with their hands without any sense of shame or ...
Ian Frederick Moulton, 2014
Translating Chinese Literature
Greensickness has a similar ring. It is not a word in late twentieth century usage.
But in order to recreate through translation the intricate fabric of this riddling first
chapter, the translator has delved below the surface of everyday English, to angle
Eugene Chen Eoyang, Yaofu Lin, 1995
Love, Sex, and Marriage: A Historical Thesaurus
It was associated with a desire to eat chalk, brick-dust, charcoal and coal, and
was considered to indicate the urgent necessity of marriage for the afflicted
individual. a disease associated with the need for a husband, n: greensickness [
Occult Knowledge, Science, and Gender on the Shakespearean Stage
Marked by a lack of appetite and withdrawal from society, greensickness
transformed, as Gail Kern Paster has observed, “the very blood that is the social
and biological sign of the virgin's maturation” into the “site and origin of a disease
Enlightened Virginity in Eighteenth-Century Literature
If the natural call to end virginity was not heeded, a virgin could become ill with
greensickness. Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century midwife manuals—as well
as other medical texts—are replete with examples of the hazards of virginity.
BARANGAN BERITA YANG TERMASUK TERMA «GREENSICKNESS»
Ketahui apa yang diterbitkan oleh akhbar nasional dan antarabangsa dan cara istilah greensickness
digunakan dalam konteks perkara berita berikut.
Andrew O'Hagan seeks solitude on Bora Bora
... in the South Pacific. “It seems too good to be true,” he wrote, “and is a very good way of getting through the greensickness of maturity which, ... «The Guardian, Jan 15»
Hamlet | Belvoir
... thus giving her grief equal weight to Hamlet's, rather than being chalked up to pregnancy, greensickness, or unrequited love as it so often is). «Australian Stage Online, Okt 13»
Menstruation and the Female Body in Early Modern England, by …
The extended discussion, in chapter 3, of the disease known as greensickness, explained in contemporary medical manuals as a lack of ... «Times Higher Education, Okt 13»
The First American Sex Manual
... them the greensickness or other diseases. But when they are married, and those desires satisfied by their husbands, thise distempers vanish. «Booktryst, Okt 12»
Sick of love
... exploring the relationship between women's lovesickness and other female maladies (such as hysteria and greensickness) and analysing ... «University of Bristol, Okt 08»
... the cult of Mary and the gory martyrdoms of the saints, Protestant diagnosis of the "greensickness" that overcame old maids, droit du seigneur ... «Washington Post, Apr 07»