✪ [PDF] ✐ Joan of Arc in the English Imagination, 1429-1829 By Gail Orgelfinger ✷ – Tbjewellers.co.uk In this book Gail Orgelfinger examines the ways in which English historians and illustrators depicted Joan of Arc over a period of four hundred years from her capture in 1429 to the early nineteenth c In this Arc in Epub Ú book Gail Orgelfinger examines the ways in which English historians and illustrators depicted Joan of Arc over a period of four hundred years from her capture in to the early nineteenth centuryThe variety of epithets attached to Joan of Arc from witch and Medean virago to missioned Maid and shepherd's child attests to England's complicated relationship with the saint While portrayals of Joan in English popular culture evolved over the centuries they of Arc in ePUB ↠ do not follow a straightforward trajectory from vituperation to adulation Focusing primarily on descriptions of Joan's captivity trial and execution this study shows how the exigencies of politics and the demands of genre shaped English retellings of her military successes gender transgressions and execution at the hands of her English enemies Orgelfinger's research illuminates how and why English writers and artists used the memory of Joan of Arc to grapple with issues such as England's relationship with France emerging protofeminism in the early modern era and the sense of national guilt over her executionA systematic analysis of Joan's English historiography in its political and social contexts this volume sheds light on four centuries of English thought on Joan of Arc It will be welcomed by specialist and general readers alike especially those interested in women's studies.
- 248 pages
- Joan of Arc in the English Imagination, 1429-1829
- Gail Orgelfinger
- 27 November 2016 Gail Orgelfinger