By Eva M. Sartori,Dorothy Zimmerman
This bio-bibliographical reference publication will acquaint the reader with the lives and works of a few of an important girls writers within the historical past of French literature. Fifty-one essays conceal the lives and works of person writers with an emphasis on their stories as writers, a dialogue in their significant topics, and short surveys of severe reactions. The names of a number of the writers incorporated can be widely used to scholars of literature for they've got lengthy been integrated within the French literary canon. a few, in spite of the fact that, could be unknown even to the expert. every one essay is through a bibliography of basic works, a listing of titles translated into English, and a variety of serious reviews. an extra essay describes the trobairitz, the ladies troubadours of the 12th and 13th centuries. the amount ends with a chronology which beneficial properties the dates of occasions and traits of unique importance to French ladies. The chronology additionally serves to put their writings within the context of significant literary hobbies and along the productions in their frequently better-known male contemporaries.
Like different Greenwood bio-bibliographical resource books, French ladies Writers is meant to be used through basic readers in addition to scholars and students of French and international heritage and literature.
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French Women Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Source Book by Eva M. Sartori,Dorothy Zimmerman