Suzanne Savoy Brings Medieval Feminist To Life At Montauk Library - 27 East

Suzanne Savoy Brings Medieval Feminist To Life At Montauk Library

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Suzanne Savoy as Christine de Pizan in her one-woman show

Suzanne Savoy as Christine de Pizan in her one-woman show

"Je Christine: A Medieval Woman In Her Own Words

" which previewed at the Montauk Library on Friday night. JOE SILVER

Suzanne Savoy as Christine de Pizan in her one-woman show

Suzanne Savoy as Christine de Pizan in her one-woman show

"Je Christine: A Medieval Woman In Her Own Words

" which previewed at the Montauk Library on Friday night. JOE SILVER

Suzanne Savoy as Christine de Pizan in her one-woman show

Suzanne Savoy as Christine de Pizan in her one-woman show

authorCailin Riley on Apr 3, 2017
Long before Gloria Steinem and even Susan B. Anthony, there was Christine de Pizan. The medieval woman, who lived in France in the late 1300s and early 1400s, was a... more

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