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Margaret of Angoulême:

see Margaret of NavarreMargaret of Navarre
or Margaret of Angoulême
, 1492–1549, queen consort of Navarre; sister of King Francis I of France. After the death of her first husband she married (1527) Henri d'Albret, king of Navarre; their daughter was Jeanne d'Albret.
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Angoulême, Margaret of or Marguerite d':

see Margaret of NavarreMargaret of Navarre
or Margaret of Angoulême
, 1492–1549, queen consort of Navarre; sister of King Francis I of France. After the death of her first husband she married (1527) Henri d'Albret, king of Navarre; their daughter was Jeanne d'Albret.
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Marguerite de Navarre, the leading female figure of the French Renaissance wrote the Dialogue en forme de vision nocturne toward the beginning of her writing career.
351, where the subject of the Wallace Collection enamel is incorrectly identified as Marguerite de Navarre, and Susan L.
Marguerite de Navarre, critical of appeals for pity on the basis of their association with such sins as hypocrisy and deceit, and supportive of acts of Christian mercy, clearly articulates positions where accord on certain Christian principles can still be assumed.
The essays, which survey some of the major writers of French Renaissance Literature--Pernette du Guillet, Marguerite de Navarre, Marot, Ronsard, Sceve, Rabelais and Montaigne--reflect the author's interest in the literary criticism that developed "in the wake of the revolution in French critical theory" (1).
Her examples are Baudri of Bourgueil and Constance of Angers, Abelard and Heloise, Christine de Pizan and the gender of letters, Marguerite de Navarre and Guillaume Briconnet, and Etienne de la Boetie and Michel de Montaigne.
After the publication of Carol Thysell's admirable work, The Pleasure of Discernment: Marguerite de Navarre as Theologian, one might have concluded that the possibilities for original analysis of the connections between spirituality and the Heptameron were somewhat limited.
As Rouben Cholakian points out in the preface, no up-to-date English biography exists of one of the most important figures of the French Renaissance, Marguerite de Navarre.
10) Through close readings of texts by five French writers, Francois Rabelais, Marguerite de Navarre, Joachim Du Bellay, Michel de Montaigne, and Madame de Lafayette, Hampton explores how early modern French authors sought to come to terms with and write about the changing national community they inhabited.
IN the prologue to the Heptameron, Marguerite de Navarre sets up an implicit opposition between history and literature, juxtaposing a concern for truth with a concern for rhetorical embellishment.
Marguerite de Navarre, the older sister of King Francois I, had considerable influence upon religious matters in sixteenth-century France and often shared letters from her spiritual adviser Guillaume Briconnet, Bishop of Meaux, with her brother.
Comme Marguerite de Navarre le suggerait dans le prologue de son Heptameron, l'ecriture des "gens de lettres" a toujours eu tendence, helas
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