Letters and orations /
By the end of the fifteenth century, Cassandra Fedele (1465-1558), a learned middle-class woman of Venice, was arguably the most famous woman writer and scholar in Europe. A cultural icon in her own time, she regularly corresponded with the king of France, lords of Milan and Naples, the Borgia pope...
University of Chicago Press,
|Series:||Other voice in early modern Europe.
Speeches, addresses, etc., Latin (Medieval and modern) > Italy > Venice > Translations into English.
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