Cousins in Love: The Letters of Lydia DuGard, 1665-1672 : with a New Edition of The Marriages of Cousin Germans by Samuel DuGard
Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies in conjunction with Renaissance English Text Society, 2003 - 218 páginas
Lydia loved her cousin Samuel, and began a correspondence with him when she was 15 that lasted until they were married seven years later. They tell of her blossoming love and her life in a small English village in Warwickshire. Being a guy, he responded to her love letters with a treatise, The Marriages of Cousin Germans, Vindicated from the Censures of Unlawfullnesse, and Inexpediency." His text follows her 32 letters, which face pages of explanatory notes.
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