How about close to 200 of them?
The series, The Other Voice in Early Modern Europe, first from the University of Chicago Press and, later, the University of Toronto Press, has published 194 texts or collections, the vast majority of which are by women. Further, many, and perhaps all, are available as e-texts on Amazon.com for under $12.
You can find the series Introduction and Bibliography on links from this page.
The Introduction is profoundly disturbing. It describes the attitudes toward women from the days of Aristotle onwards through the period of the series. This is not a story of any progression. Nonetheless, it does explain why so much of women’s writing at this time is devoted to arguing for women’s right to an education and her equality more generally.