The book of peace by christine de pizan penn state romance studies the book of peace by christine de pizan edited by karen green constant j mews and janice pinder an impressive work of erudition and collaborative scholarship there is much to admire here roberta krueger hamilton college . A webpage for the book series penn state romance studies published by penn state university press romance studies offers the best and latest scholarly research in the languages literatures and cultures of the romance languages the series covers a wide range of topics across a lengthy period of time it also spans a broad spectrum of genres including monographs reference resources . The book of peace by christine de pizan penn state romance studies 5 view larger image by karen green and constant j mews and janice pinder. Christine de pizan one of the earliest known women authors wrote the livre de paix book of peace between 1412 and 1414 a period of severe corruption and civil unrest in her native france. Christine de pizan the book of peace ed and trans tania van hemelryck with alan crosier penn state romance studies university park pa pennsylvania state university press 2008 greens introduction clearly contextualizes peace within christines career as one of several attempts to guide french rulers through the turbulent
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