Joan of Arc La Pucelle

ISBN-10: 0719068479

ISBN-13: 9780719068478

Edition: 2006

Authors: Craig Taylor

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This important book offers a collection of documents on the historical figure Joan of Arc, who at the age of seventeen united France against England and at nineteen was put on trial and subsequently burned at the stake. Also known as La Pucelle, she is a figure well documented in literature, history and in popular culture. Nevertheless, this book will be the first to put many of the most important texts documenting her life together in a single volume, with some translated in modern English for the first time.
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Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Publication date: 10/30/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 392
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

Craig Taylor is the author of Return to Akenfield and One Million Tiny Plays About Britain, both of which have been adapted for the stage. He is also the editor of the literary magazine Five Dials. He lives in London.

Map of France in 1429
Map of Orleans
The House of Valois
Chronological table
The supporters of Joan
The enemies of Joan
Remembering Joan
Gendering Joan
Reading Joan
The life of Joan of Arc
The Treaty of Troyes (21 May 1420)
La reponse d'un bon et loyal francois au peuple de France (1420?)
The conclusions of the Poitiers investigation (March-April 1429)
Joan of Arc's letter to the English (22 March 1429)
Fragment of a letter to Nicole de Giresme (April 1429?)
Virgo puellares (1429?)
De mirabili victoria (March-April 1429?)
Letter from the Lord of Rotselaer (22 April 1429)
Joan of Arc's ultimatum to the English (5 May 1429)
Ballade contre les Anglais (May 1429?)
Letter from Charles VII to the inhabitants of Narbonne (10 May 1429)
Letter from Pancrazio Giustiniani (10 May 1429)
Collectarium historiarum of Jean Dupuy (May 1429?)
A report on Joan from Brittany (4 June 1429)
Letter from Guy and Andre de Laval to their mother (8 June 1429)
Joan of Arc's letter to the city of Tournai (25 June 1429)
Joan of Arc's letter to the city of Troyes (4 July 1429)
Joan of Arc's letter to the Duke of Burgundy (17 July 1429)
Ballade du sacre de Reims (July 1429?)
Ditie de Jehanne d'Arc by Christine de Pizan (31 July 1429)
Epistola de puella by Alain Chartier (July 1429)
De quadam puella (Summer 1429?)
Joan of Arc's letter to Reims (5 August 1429)
The Duke of Bedford's challenge to Charles VII (7 August 1429)
Joan of Arc's letter to the Count of Armagnac (22 August 1429)
The Journal of Clement de Fauquembergue (8 September 1429)
De bono et malo spiritu (September 1429)
Joan of Arc letter to Riom (9 November 1429)
Joan of Arc's letter to Reims (16 March 1430)
Jean Pasquerel's letter on behalf of Joan to the Hussites (23 March 1430)
Joan of Arc's letter to Reims (28 March 1430)
The Chronicles of London (c.1430?)
Letter from Henry VI to Pierre Cauchon (3 January 1431)
The trial of condemnation (February-May 1431)
First public examination (Wednesday 21 February 1431)
Second public examination (Thursday 22 February 1431)
Third public examination (Saturday 24 February 1431)
Fourth public examination (Tuesday 27 February 1431)
Fifth public examination (Thursday 1 March 1431)
Sixth public examination (Saturday 3 March 1431)
First private examination (Saturday 10 March 1431)
Second private examination (Monday 12 March 1431)
Third private examination (Monday 12 March 1431)
Fourth private examination (Tuesday 13 March 1431)
Fifth private examination (Wednesday 14 March 1431)
Sixth private examination (Wednesday 14 March 1431)
Seventh private examination (Thursday 15 March 1431)
Eighth private examination (Saturday 17 March 1431)
Ninth private examination (Saturday 17 March 1431)
The interrogations are read in Joan's presence (Saturday 24 March 1431)
Joan asks permission to hear mass (Palm Sunday, 25 March 1431)
Joan is interrogated in prison (Easter Saturday, 31 March 1431)
The Twelve Articles of Accusation (5 April 1431)
The opinions of the University of Paris (Saturday 19 May 1431)
The abjuration and sentence (Thursday 24 May 1431)
The opening of the trial for relapse (Monday 28 May 1431)
The final sentence of Joan (Wednesday 30 May 1431)
Debating Joan of Arc (1431-1455)
Letter from Henry VI to the prelates of France (28 June 1431)
The Journal of Clement de Fauquembergue (June 1431)
The Journal of a Bourgeois of Paris (c, 1431?)
Letter of remission regarding two inhabitants of Abbeville (6 July 1432)
The Chronicle of the Cordeliers (c.1432)
The Duke of Bedford's memorandum (14/15 June 1434)
Contra ducem Burgundie by Jean de Rinel (1435)
Audite celi by Jean Juvenal des Ursins (1435)
Formicarius by Johannes Nider (c. 1437)
Le champion des dames by Martin Le Franc (1440-1442)
The Chronicle of Charles VII by Jean Chartier (c.1445-1450
The Chronicle of Enguerrand de Monstrelet (1447?)
Letter of Charles VII to Guillaume Bouille (15 February 1450)
Letter of Cardinal Guillaume d'Estouteville to Charles VII (22 May 1452)
The Nullification trial (1455-1456)
Letter from Pope Calixtus III (11 June 1455)
The petition of Isabelle d'Arc (7 November 1455)
Articles of interrogation for the Lorraine (20 December 1455)
Deposition of Jean Morel (28 January 1456)
Deposition of Beatrice, widow of Estellin (29 January 1456)
Deposition of Jeannette, widow of Thiesselin (29 January 1456)
Deposition of Jean de Nouillonpont (31 January 1456)
Deposition of Durand Laxart (31 January 1456)
Deposition of Catherine, wife of Henri Le Royer (31 January 1456)
Deposition of Bertrand de Poulengy (6 February 1456)
Deposition of the Count of Dunois (22 February 1456)
Deposition of Master Francois Garivel (7 March 1456)
Deposition of Jean Luillier (16 March 1456)
Deposition of Jacques L'Esbahy (16 March 1456)
Deposition of Jean de Champeaux (16 March 1456)
Deposition of Charlotte, wife of Guillaume Havet (16 March 1456)
Deposition of Master Jean Tiphaine (2 April 1456)
Deposition:of Master Guillaume de La Chambre (2 April 1456)
Deposition of Master Thomas de Courcelles (2 April 1456)
Deposition of Louis de Coutes (3 April 1456)
Deposition of Gobert Thibaut (5 April 1456)
Deposition of Simon Beaucroix (20 April 1456)
Deposition of Master Jean Barbin (30 April 1456)
Deposition of the Duke of Alencon (3 May 1456)
Deposition of Brother Jean Pasquerel (4 May 1456)
Deposition of Simon Charles (7 May 1456)
Deposition of Aimon, Lord of Macy (7 May 1456)
Deposition of Master Guillaume Manchon (12 May 1456)
Deposition of Master Jean Massieu (12 May 1456)
Deposition of Brother Seguin Seguin (14 May 1456)
Deposition at Lyon of d'Aulon (28 May 1456)
The Sentence of Nullification (7 July 1456)
The memory of Joan of Arc
Commentarii rerum memorabilium by Pope Pius II (1459?)
The English Brut Chronicle (c.1464-1470)
Remembering Joan in Orleans
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