||Christine de Pizan
||Song in Honor of Jeanne d'Arc
||An elegiac poem written during Jeanne's own lifetime is this author's final work. English translation available.
||The Maid of Orleans
||A mock epic poem that explores typically Voltairean themes deriding mysticism as humbug.
||Philippe-Alexandre Le Brun de Charmettes
||Histoire de Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc history)
||Called the Maid of Orleans, drawn from her own declarations, of one hundred forty-four depositions of eyewitnesses, and of the manuscripts of the library of the King and the London Tower. (Paris, ED. Artus Bertrand, 1817)
||Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc
||This novel remains little remembered yet in his own opinion is his finest work. Twain spent months in France researching newly rediscovered documents. This reverent fictional biography is Twain's most uncharacteristic novel.
||Tapestry of Saint Genevieve and Joan of Arc
||Poetry. Peguy also wrote a play in three parts entitled Jeanne d'Arc, (1896).
||Blood Red, Sister Rose
||A psychological novel in which Jeanne d'Arc is an emotional and instinctive soldier who dabbles in the occult.
||An Army of Angels
||A novel which depicts Jeanne d'Arc according to the author's conception of her personality.
||Part of the Discworld series, a fictional character styled after Jeanne d'Arc dresses as a man to lead an army.