1 of 5
Christine de Pizan includes herself as a fictional character in the book, in part to justify using ___.

2 of 5
What is the rhetorical device of willfully appearing to be uninformed to make various points more powerful?

3 of 5
What does Reason instruct Christine to use to unearth the truth and remove the mud that has sullied the good name of women?

4 of 5
Who represents herself as the daughter of God?

5 of 5
Who serves as the bridge between earthly foundations and heavenly heights?