Mark Twain was a prominent American author in multiple genres, including fiction and journalism, during the 19th century.
Christine de Pizan (sitting) lecturing to a group of men standing
A miniature of Queen Penthesilea with her army of Amazons coming to the aid of the Trojan army, illustrating L'Épître Othéa a Hector
One page of Christine's book Le livre des trois vertus. In the illumination Christine is kept from rest by the Three Virtues.
Christine de Pizan presents her book to Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen of France.
Detail of a miniature of ladies watching knights jousting, illustrating 'Le Duc des vrais amants', from a collection of works presented in 1414 by Christine to Isabeau of Bavaria.
Illumination from The Book of the City of Ladies. Christine is shown before the personifications of Rectitude, Reason, and Justice in her study, and working alongside Justice to build the 'Cité des dames'.
Queen Fredegund addressing her troops holding her baby. Miniature from a 1475 Dutch translation of The Book of the City of Ladies. Published under the title De Stede der Vrouwen (The Praise of Women).
Page 1 of The Book of Feats of Arms and of Chivalry. Translated into English and printed in 1489 by William Caxton.

Creator or originator of any written work such as a book or play, and is also considered a writer or poet.

- Author

As a mark of ownership and authorship the opening frontispiece depicts Queen Isabeau being presented with the book by Christine.

- Christine de Pizan
Mark Twain was a prominent American author in multiple genres, including fiction and journalism, during the 19th century.

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