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The short chronicle [electronic resource] :a Poor Clare's account of the reformation of Geneva / Jeanne de Jussie ; edited and translated by Carrie F. Klaus.

By: Jussie, Jeanne de, 1503-1561.
Contributor(s): Klaus, Carrie F.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Other voice in early modern Europe: Publisher: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2006Description: 1 online resource (xxix, 214 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9780226417073 (electronic bk.); 0226417077 (electronic bk.).Uniform titles: Petite chronique. English Subject(s): Reformation -- Switzerland -- Geneva -- Sources | Reformation -- Switzerland -- Geneva | Electronic books | RELIGION -- Christianity -- History | Reformatie | Geneva (Switzerland) -- Church history -- 16th century -- Sources | Geneva (Switzerland) -- Church history -- 16th century | რელიგია-- ქრისტიანობის მოდერნიზაცია-- ეკლესიის ისტორიაGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 274.94/5106 Online resources: EBSCOhost Summary: Jeanne de Jussie (1503?61) experienced the Protestant Reformation from within the walls of the Convent of Saint Clare in Geneva. In her impassioned and engaging Short Chronicle, she offers a singular account of the Reformation, reporting not only on the larger clashes between Protestants and Catholics but also on events in her convent?devious city councilmen who lied to trusting nuns, lecherous soldiers who tried to kiss them, and iconoclastic intruders who smashed statues and burned paintings. Throughout her tale, Jussie highlights women?s roles on both sides of the conflict, from the Reforme.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 189-205) and index.

Jeanne de Jussie (1503?61) experienced the Protestant Reformation from within the walls of the Convent of Saint Clare in Geneva. In her impassioned and engaging Short Chronicle, she offers a singular account of the Reformation, reporting not only on the larger clashes between Protestants and Catholics but also on events in her convent?devious city councilmen who lied to trusting nuns, lecherous soldiers who tried to kiss them, and iconoclastic intruders who smashed statues and burned paintings. Throughout her tale, Jussie highlights women?s roles on both sides of the conflict, from the Reforme.

Translated from the French.

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