Abstract

Abstract:

In late 1405, Christine de Pizan the author wrote her final allegorical work, Le livre de l’advision Cristine, in which she used herself as first-person protagonist. This work thus concluded the author’s most literarily productive period, which began in 1400. The Advision has been much studied by critics, and exists in superb modern critical edition by Christine Reno and Liliane Dulac, published in 2001.1 It is divided into three parts, each one devoted to a different part of Christine-protagonist’s allegorical dream-vision.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1534-1836
Print ISSN
0098-9355
Pages
pp. 441-452
Launched on MUSE
2018-08-17
Open Access
No
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