1 edition of Dames and daughters of the French court ... found in the catalog.
Dames and daughters of the French court ...
Microfilm. New Haven, Conn., Research Publications, 1975. 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of women, Reel 637, no. 5081)
|Series||History of women -- reel 637, no. 5081.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 290 p.|
|Number of Pages||290|
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A two-book set from American author Geraldine Brooks ().Seller Rating: % positive. The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America promotes appreciation for the people, places and events that led to the formation and development of our country. We are an unincorporated association of 44 Corporate Societies with more t members.
She is a native of New York and is eligible to membership in the Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution on the maternal side through five different ancestors; the Holland Dutch and Huguenot French, who are so closely identified with the history of New York, and on the paternal side from the Scotch-Irish Puritans of New England.
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Such out-of-date dress had long been discarded at the French court, where no hoops were worn, but where long trains, white plumes, and court lappets echoed the English court style.
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Bentley and Son, ), by Catherine Charlotte Jackson. At the Bourbon court, all the daughters of the king and of the dauphin were called "Madame" and collectively known as "Mesdames de France", and for all but the eldest one the given name was added. The eldest of the "dames de France" was either known as "Madame de France" (e.g., Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Henri IV and later queen of Spain.
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Philippe de Mézières is the likely author of the first French prose translation of the tale, which he incorporates into Book Four of the Livre de la vertu du sacrement de mariage. A second French translation from a few years later is anonymous, and probably served as the French source for Chaucer’s “The Clerke’s Tale” (Severs 22).
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Children of nobility and those who wished to become a part of it had the following concepts drilled into their heads from birth. Inthe French royal court only had five ladies-in-waiting.
However, this changed under the queenship of Anne of Brittany, who encouraged all men at court to also send daughters to her service. By the 16th century, the number grew tenfold to 54 ladies. Among the most admired of Victor Cousin's works are his "Studies of the Illustrious Women and the Society of the Seventeenth Century;" and of these none has excited so much attention as his "Life of Madame de Chevreuse."In this charming biography, which certainly reads very much like a romance, the author claims the merit of a scrupulous and exact adherence to the truth of history.Doctrine for the Lady of the Renaissance.
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