Christine de Pisan: A Bibliography of Writings by Her and about Her
Christine de Pizan (c. 1364-1430), a celebrated author and early feminist, was one of the outstanding women of her time. Her present revival has focused new critical attention on her work and contributions to late medieval culture. This revised and enlarged second edition is an annotated, cross-referenced bibliography including both primary and secondary source material. With three indexes. Entries include primary and secondary sources about Christine de Pizan (c. 1364-1430), a celebrated author and early feminist.
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INDIVIDUAL WORKS PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES
BIOLITERARY MATERIAL AND GENERAL CRITICISM
SPECIAL TOPICS aManuscripts and Manuscript Illumination
b Style and Language
d Political and Educational Ideas
e Chivalry and Courtly Love
FEMINIST STUDIES CHRISTINE DE PIZAN IN WOMENS TITLES
Alain Chartier bibliography Bibliotheque BL Harley 4431 BN f.fr Bornstein Burgundy Cent ballades century CH's Chantilly chaps Charity Cannon Charles of Orleans Charles V 798 Charles VI Chartier Christine de Pisan Christine's Cite des dames corps de policie courtly love CR's Dante Deschamps dieu d'Amours Ditie Epistre d'Othea feminism feminist femmes fifteenth-century France frangaise French Guillaume de Machaut Hicks Histoire Includes Introduction Isabeau Jean de Meun Jean de Montreuil Jean Gerson Jeanne d'Arc John John the Fearless literary Literature Livre des fais Livre des trois London Long estude Machaut manuscripts Medieval Middle Ages Mombello Moyen Age Musee Conde 492 NOTES AND STUDIES Orleans 800 Othea paix Paris Philip the Bold Pizan poem poet poetry Poissy Press printed prose Quarrel references to CH Renaissance Reno Roman rondeaux Rose sage roy Charles Solente sources Speculum tion trans trois vertus Univ Willard women XVe siecle York