Humanities and Social Sciences
Mary Wroth's Poetry: An Electronic Edition
This edition has been made possible by an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant. I want to thank those involved directly in the technical aspects of the edition: Tony, Gayle and Joanne Allan. La Trobe University has also provided vital support and my colleagues in the English Program have been perennially helpful. I have received a great deal of support and encouragement from scholars working on early modern women, especially Margaret P. Hannay, Mary Ellen Lamb, Patricia Pender, Sarah C. E. Ross, Rosalind Smith, Kate Lilley, Jo Wallwork, Susan Wiseman, and Marion Wynne-Davies. I also want here to acknowledge the vital, pioneering editorial work of the late Jo Roberts, who inspired so much scholarship on Mary Wroth.
The edition may be used for teaching and research purposes. Please respect copyright and do not reproduce the images or texts elsewhere.
Images of Folger V.a.104 are reproduced with the kind permission of The Folger Shakespeare Library.
Please note that the edition currently does not contain all of Wroth's poetry; it is my hope that the remaining poems from Urania and Love's Victory will be added by the end of 2011.