The difference between a sincere and earnest representation of women’s capabilities and a half-hearted attempt to make a sorry-not-sorry apology.

THE BOOK OF THE CITY OF LADIES AND THE LEGEND OF GOOD WOMEN

The difference between a sincere and earnest representation of women’s capabilities and a half-hearted attempt to make a sorry-not-sorry apology.

Christine De Pizan was a contemporary of Geoffrey Chaucer, writing around the same time as he was during the middle ages in Europe. Being an educated . . .  read more

Chaucer, Martin, and the Church.

One of the core parts of a fantasy novel, really honestly like any form of fiction, is tropes. Recently, tropes have gotten a bad rep, and I don’t think that’s particularly fair. 

First, I guess I should explain what a trope is. The simplest explanation is this: a trope is a commonly used idea or plot point in fiction. 

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