Kendrick, Susan

Susan Kendrick received her Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Oklahoma. She is the Chair of the English Department at Southeast Missouri State University.

A Bibliography of 13,632 Novels Written by British and American Women From 1500-1900: Listed and Cross-Listed by Birth Name and Married Name (Volume 2)
2018 1-4955-0667-3
This bibliography collects literary works written by women in multiple genres from 1500 – 1900. It excludes works that are non-literary such as cookbooks or guidebooks, and instead focuses on novels and memorial volumes that are written by women.

Sold as a Four Volume Set

A Bibliography of 13,632 Novels Written by British and American Women From 1500-1900: Listed and Cross-Listed by Birth Name and Married Name (Volume 3)
2018 1-4955-0667-3
This bibliography collects literary works written by women in multiple genres from 1500 – 1900. It excludes works that are non-literary such as cookbooks or guidebooks, and instead focuses on novels and memorial volumes that are written by women.

Sold as a Four Volume Set

A Bibliography of 13,632 Novels Written by British and American Women From 1500-1900: Listed and Cross-Listed by Birth Name and Married Name (Volume 4)
2018 1-4955-0667-3
This bibliography collects literary works written by women in multiple genres from 1500 – 1900. It excludes works that are non-literary such as cookbooks or guidebooks, and instead focuses on novels and memorial volumes that are written by women.

Sold as a Four Volume Set

A Bibliography of 13,632 Novels Written by British and American Women from 1500-1900: Listed and Cross-Listed by Birth Name and Married Name Volume 1
2018 1-4955-0667-3
This bibliography collects literary works written by women in multiple genres from 1500 – 1900. It excludes works that are non-literary such as cookbooks or guidebooks, and instead focuses on novels and memorial volumes that are written by women.

Sold as a Four Volume Set

Elizabeth I’s Use of Virginity to Enhance Her Sovereignty: Managing the Image of a Sixteenth-Century Queen
2009 0-7734-4705-9
This work demonstrates that earlier Christian perceptions of virginity, once dominant in Catholic England, although suppressed by Protestantism, maintained enough influence to transform an unmated queen with no successor into a divine virgin goddess