Beginning With An Examination Of The Different Stages Of Women S Lives Childhood, Virginity, Marriage And Widowhood, This Companion Addresses Various Aspects Of Medieval Life That Affected Women S Writing These Include The Nature Of Authorship In The Period, The Position Of Women At Home Or In Nunneries, And Their Relationship To Religion Additional Essays Cover The Lives And Work Of Such Prominent Women Writers As Heloise, Marie De France, Christine De Pizan, Julian Of Norwich, Margery Kempe And Joan Of Arc A Chronology And Guides To Further Reading Add Information Which Students And Scholars Will Find Invaluable.
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- 316 pages
- The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Womens Writing
- Carolyn Dinshaw
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