There are so many books written in Different language so it’s almost impossible figure out. There are over twenty thousand books about Jeanne d’Arc in the Bibliothèque nationale de France alone. Some in the temporary bibliography list are stil available. Most books are out of print, and hard to find.
Christine’s poem its unique ‘documentary’ value is the fact that it vividly captures not only the surge of optimism and triumph that swept through the whole of the French camp at this time
The first poem to have been composed – in any language – on Jeanne d’Arc, the only major one to have been written while Jeanne was still alive is by Christine de Pisan (1364-1431) – Ditie de Jehanne d’Arc. As the first poem to have been composed – in any language – on Jeanne d’Arc, the only major one to have been written while Jeanne was still alive, and the last from the pen of a distinguished poetess, the Ditié de Jehanne d’Arc has unique claims to fame. The extrinsic value of the Ditié as an historical document is self-evident. Read more
A mock epic poem that explores typically Voltairean themes deriding mysticism as humbug.