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(Literary) history (before c. 1900)

The beginnings of literary historiography form an essential phase : in the Netherlands it concerns essentially 19th century texts, but some earlier inventories have been included here. In the 19th-century material a view of women’s participation in literature can be supposed to have been fixed. But this has to be seriously analyzed. Such a study is made easier thanks to online presence of some of these literary histories: mentions of women writers can be studied in their immediate context. [...]

General history:

General literary history:

  • Van Vloten
  • Kalff
  • Jonckbloet
  • Ten Brink
  • Jeronimo de Vries
  • Siegenbeek
  • Hofdijk
  • J. M. Schrant, Proeven van Nederlandschen proza st?l, uit zeven eeuwen, Gend, A.B. Stéven, 1829.
  • N.G. van Kampen, Bloemlezing uit Nederlandsche prozaschrijvers, Haarlem, Erven Francois Bohn, 1843. (3 delen)

Theater history:

Women’s literary history:

Through secundary literature:

  • Buijnsters

AsK, September 2010

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