Christine de Pisan: A Bibliography of Writings by Her and about Her

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Scarecrow Press, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 185 pages
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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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Contents

INDIVIDUAL WORKS PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES
1
BIOLITERARY MATERIAL AND GENERAL CRITICISM
86
SPECIAL TOPICS aManuscripts and Manuscript Illumination
99
b Style and Language
105
c Poetics
107
d Political and Educational Ideas
112
e Chivalry and Courtly Love
114
f Humanism
115
COLLECTED WORKS ANTHOLOGIES SELECTIONS
136
BIBLIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL
142
CRITICAL REVIEWS TO WORKS CITED
144
CHRISTINE DE PIZANS CONTEMPORARIES A SELECTED LIST
153
FORTHCOMING STUDIES AND ADDENDA
165
INDEX TO INDIVIDUAL WORKS
171
INDEX TO MANUSCRIPTS
173
INDEX TO NAMES
177

FEMINIST STUDIES CHRISTINE DE PIZAN IN WOMENS TITLES
118
MISCELLANEA
131

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About the author (1989)

Edith Yenal (BFA, Temple; MLS, Long Island University), a literary researcher and bibliographer, has published Christine de Pisan: A Bibliography of Writings By Her and About Her (Scarecrow, 1982) and Charles d'Orleans: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Sources (AMS Press, 1984). She has also contributed an essay on Christine de Pizan to Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800 (Gale, 1989)

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