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THE CIVILIZATION OF THE RENAISSANCE IN ITALY

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« Reply #285 on: January 04, 2009, 10:46:17 pm »










Contemporary Scholarship



The standard translation of The Book of the City of Ladies is by Earl Jeffrey Richards, (1982). The first English translation of Christine de Pizanís The Treasure of the City of Ladies: or The Book of the Three Virtues is Sarah Lawsonís (1985).

The standard biography about Christine de Pizan is Charity Cannon Willardís Christine de Pisan: Her Life and Works (1984). Willardís biography also provides a comprehensive overview of the ďQuerelle du Roman de la Rose.Ē Kevin Brownlee also discusses this particular debate in detail in his article Widowhood, Sexuality and Gender in Christine de Pisan (in The Romantic Review, 1995)

For a more detailed account of de Pizanís rhetorical strategies refer to Jenny R. Redfernís excerpt Christine de Pisan and The Treasure of the City of Ladies: A Medieval Rhetorician and Her Rhetoric (in Reclaiming Rhetorica, ed. Andrea A. Lunsford, 1995).

M. Bell Mirabella Shnitzell de Hooferdiscusses de Pizanís ability to refute the patriarchal discourse in her article Feminist Self-Fashioning: Christine de Pisan and The Treasure of the City of Ladies (in The European Journal of Womenís Studies, 1999).

Karlyn Kohrs Campbell presents an interesting argument about de Pizanís ability to create a female-oriented dialogue in her lecture Three Tall Women: Radical Challenges to Criticism, Pedagogy, and Theory (The Carroll C. Arnold Distinguished Lecture, National Communication Association, 2001).

Refer to The Rhetorical Tradition (ed. Patricia Bizzell and Bruce Herzberg, 2001) and The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism (ed. Vincent B. Leitch, 2001) for some commentary on de Pizanís life, literary works, rhetorical contributions and other relevant sources that one may find useful.
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