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Hoccleve et Lydgate étaient-ils “antiféministes” ?

Abstract : This paper analyses two important political poems of the beginning of the fifteenth-century, Thomas Hoccleve’s Regement of Princes and John Lydgate’s Troy Book. It argues that their vision of women and gendered relations is more complex than is often suggested.
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Aude Mairey. Hoccleve et Lydgate étaient-ils “antiféministes” ?. Cahiers électroniques d'histoire textuelle du LAMOP (CEHTL), 2015. ⟨halshs-02093150⟩

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