Christine de Pisan


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Chris·tine de Pi·zan

or Chris·tine de Pi·san  (krēs-tēn′ də pē-zäN) c. 1364-c. 1431.
French writer noted for her numerous poems of courtly love, a biography of Charles V of France (1404), and several polemical works in defense of womankind, such as Le Livre de la cité des dames (1405).

Christine de Pisan

(French krɪstin də pizɑ̃)
n
(Biography) ?1364–?1430, French poet and prose writer, born in Venice. Her works include ballads, rondeaux, lays, and a biography of Charles V of France
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E nosso intuito analisar o discurso de Christine de Pisan no contexto historico-cultural em que se viabilizou; e, em funcao da distancia que dele nos separa, incluimos alguns dados biograficos e historicos antes da analise do corpus, de forma a propiciar ao leitor uma apreensao contextualizada da Epistola.
Her survey--spanning Gower's Confessio Amantis, Chaucer's Legend of Good Women and Melibee, to English translations of Christine de Pisan s Epistre Othea --considers the variety of ways in which female characters offered advice and shows how women could be represented in ways which run contrary to antifeminist assumptions.
1) "Early Modern Sapphos" starts in France, where the poet is mentioned by both Christine de Pisan and Mme.
In other words, she practices a form of collecting and reframing that may be aligned in some ways with practices that stretch from Christine de Pisan to the Norton anthologies.
As early as 1838, Raimond Thomassy demonstrated in his Essai sur les ecrits politiques de Christine de Pisan that Christine de Pizan's writings had a political and not simply literary dimension.
Reflections on the Role of Christine de Pisan as a Feminist Writer.
Algunas mujeres como Collette, Olimpe de Gouges, Christine de Pisan, Leonore de Aquitania y algunos hombres como Balzac, la Rochefoucault, Rimbaud, Michel Ney, Mariscal de Francia, no agotan la lista pero dan una idea de sus posturas ante la vida.
Ambas tenian "una gran alegria por aprender sobre estas mujeres, sus cuitas, los obstaculos contra los que se enfrentaron, como lograron trascender el tiempo"; algunas de ellas, como Christine de Pisan (1364-1431), Renee Vivien (1877-1909) y Alice Rahon (1904-1987) se incluyen por primera vez en una antologia traducida al espanol.
Klanac used excerpts from medieval French poet Christine de Pisan, said to be Europe's first professional writer.
Fourteenth century single mom Christine de Pisan wrote poetry and letters and was quite possibly the first European woman to support herself by writing.
She begins with the noted author Christine de Pisan, known more in England for her wisdom books than her feminist treatises.