List of Feminist Rhetoricians - Christine De Pizan

Christine De Pizan

(1364–1430) de Pizan had a writing career that spanned approximately thirty years. During that time, she wrote numerous pieces (41 known works) and was considered as Europe's first professional writer. She is seen as a feminist who challenged the misogyny of male writers.

  • The Book of the City of Ladies (1404)

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