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Christine de Pizan"s Letter of Othea to Hector

Christine de Pisan

Christine de Pizan"s Letter of Othea to Hector

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Published by Focus Information Group in Newburyport, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christine, -- de Pisan, -- ca. 1364-ca. 1431.,
  • Women and literature -- France -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesLetter of Othea to Hector.
    Statementtranslated with introduction, notes, and interpretive essay [by] Jane Chance.
    SeriesFocus library of medieval women
    ContributionsChance, Jane, 1945-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPQ1575.E5 E525 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 164 p. ;
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20183857M
    ISBN 100859914402


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Christine de Pizan's Letter of Othea to Hector. Responsibility. translated with introduction, notes, and interpretive essay [by] Jane Chance.

Uniform Title. For instance, in Christine de Pizans Letter of Othea to Hector, in which Christine claims that her work will be lovely to hear and better to study" (34).

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Christine de Pizan was born in in the Republic of Venice, Italy. She was the daughter of Tommaso di Benvenuto da Pizzano. Her father became known as Thomas.

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Christine in Her Study. In one of the most recognizable portraits of Christine de Pizan, she wears a simple but brilliant blue dress, called a cotehardie, with her. The exquisite manuscript copy of Christine de Pizan's Collected Works, one of the greatest treasures of the British Library (Harley MS.

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Early fifteenth-century Paris saw a proliferation of luxury manuscripts whose illuminations situate. "The last of Christine de Pizans book-length allegories, The Vision [LAvision] was written at a time of tumult in both the history of France and Christines. Christine de Pizan or Pisan (French pronunciation: [kʁistin də pizɑ̃] ()), born Cristina da Pizzano (September c.

), was an Italian poet and author at the. CHRISTINE DE PIZAN'S CITE DES DAMES (AN ART ESSAY) SANDRA L. HINDMAN ly devoted to a defense of women In the Epistre Othea, Christine's made-up goddess.

Othea's Letter to Hector, Christine De Pizan. 21 Sep Paperback. US Add to basket. The Book of the Mutability of Fortune, 52 Add to basket. Othea, a supposedly classical goddess and personication of wisdom whom Christine invented, 11 instructs the Trojan hero Hector in the codes of chivalric conduct.

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Christine de Pizan (also seen as de Pisan; French pronunciation: [kʁistin də pizɑ̃] (listen); c. ) was a French is best remembered for. Le Livre des trois vertus, written by Christine de Pizan between and for Marguerite of Burgundy (; wife of Louis de Guyenne, the Dauphin of.

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