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The Question Of Authorship Of Christine De Pisan's War Manual, Le Livre Des Fais D'Armes Et De Chevalerie, Melissa A. Biederman Jan 1991

The Question Of Authorship Of Christine De Pisan's War Manual, Le Livre Des Fais D'Armes Et De Chevalerie, Melissa A. Biederman

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The works of Christine de Pizan and their treatment over the centuries since her death serve as an excellent example of the changing nature of criticism and how critical approaches to literature are adapted to suit the needs of different ages. This appears to have been the case in the critical history of Christine's war manual, Le livre des fais d'armes et de chevalerie or, in Caxton's English, The Book of the Faytes of Armes and Chivalrye.


English Housewives In Theory And Practice, 1500-1640, Lynn Ann Botelho Jan 1991

English Housewives In Theory And Practice, 1500-1640, Lynn Ann Botelho

Dissertations and Theses

Women in early modem England were expected to marry, and then to become housewives. Despite the fact that nearly fifty percent of the population was in this position, little is known of the expectations and realities of these English housewives. This thesis examines both the expectations and actual lives of middling sort and gentry women in England between 1500 and 1640.


Women In History: A Vanishing Act, Eileen Marie O'Brien Jan 1991

Women In History: A Vanishing Act, Eileen Marie O'Brien

Theses Digitization Project

5th grade -- Gender socialization.