Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte Guyon

Standard Name: Guyon, Jeanne Marie Bouvier de La Motte
Used Form: Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de la Motte-Guyon

Connections

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Cultural formation Charlotte Brooke
Sources also differ as to whether her family were Church of IrelandAnglicans (following long tradition) and Charlotte later inclined to Methodism or Evangelicism, like her mother, or whether while many of her relations were...
Literary responses May Drummond
From the first, however, MD 's preaching was polarizing, attracting not only praise but also criticism more hostile than Cookworthy's. She was blamed for her social manner, for being visibly of a higher rank than...
Textual Features Lydia Maria Child
LMC 's first four subjects were all known for their writings and for their resistance to tyrannical authority, either political or religious, but she is more interested here in what she alleges to have been...
Textual Features Christina Fraser-Tytler
The book is divided by topic (confession, detachment from the world, guidance in perplexity, union with Christ, etc.). Included are only a few selections from women authors, namely Madame Guyon , Christina Rossetti , Caroline Matilda of Denmark
Textual Features Agnes Giberne
A dedication to the memory of her mother quotes Not lost, but gone before (the title of a story by Margaret Gatty ).
Giberne, Agnes. Beside the Waters of Comfort. Seeley, 1911.
prelims
The book takes the bereaved through various stages of mourning and...
Textual Production Lydia Maria Child
In 1832 appeared The Biographies of Madame de Staël and Madame Roland and The Biographies of Lady Russell and Madame Guyon. The following year came Good Wives—which in later editions sometimes appeared as...
Textual Production Mary Ann Kelty
She followed this in 1841 with another devotional text including biography: Facts and Feelings, illustrative of interior religion; accompanied by memorials of Madame Guyon , Fénelon , and other spiritual persons.
“Newton Library Catalogue”. University of Cambridge: Cambridge University Library and Dependent Libraries.

Timeline

1758
Pierre-Joseph Boudier de Villemert published, allegedly at Hamburg, a book called L'Ami des femmes, which remarked on the number and excellence of women writers in French.