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While few of her letters survive, those that do have been considered a foundational "monument" of French literature from the late thirteenth century onwards. Her correspondence, more erudite than it is erotic, is the Latin basis for the bildungsroman and a model of the classical epistolary genre, which influenced writers as diverse as Madame de Lafayette , Choderlos de Laclos , Voltaire , Rousseau , Simone Weil and Dominique Aury.
She was the daughter born of the scandalous union of Hersint of Champagne Lady of Montsoreau founder of the Fontevraud Abbey with the seneschal of France Gilbert of Garlande. What is known is that she was the ward of an uncle, a canon in Paris named Fulbert. She is described as an adolescentula young girl , and so it is often assumed that she was about seventeen at the time and therefore born in — His death-day is recorded in the necrology of the Paraclete as 29 or 30 October, but no year is given.
The reason for wanting the marriage to remain secret is not entirely clear. The most likely explanation is that Abelard must have been in Orders something on which scholarly opinion is divided , and given that the church forbade marriage to priests and the higher orders of clergy, public marriage would have been a bar to Abelard's advancement in the church.
Fulbert, however, began to spread the news of the marriage, in order to punish Abelard for the damage done to his reputation. So, to punish Abelard, a group of Fulbert's friends broke into Abelard's room one night and castrated him.
She eventually became prioress there, but she and the other nuns were turned out in when the convent was taken over by the Abbey of St Denis. About this time, correspondence began between the two former lovers. What exists today consists of seven letters numbered Epistolae 2—8 in Latin volumes, since the Historia Calamitatum precedes them as Epistola 1.