Rousseau on Women, Love, and Family

Rousseau on Women, Love, and Family

by Jean-Jacques Rousseau
     
 

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ISBN-10: 1584657502

ISBN-13: 9781584657507

Pub. Date: 04/30/2009

Publisher: Dartmouth College Press

A key thematic sampling of Rousseau’s published writings come together in this exciting anthology, some newly translated or translated into English for the first time by the editors. Featured writings include Narcissus; Queen Whimsical; The Two Sexes, and On Love (from Letter to d’Alembert); “On Women,” “Sophie, or the Woman,” On

Overview

A key thematic sampling of Rousseau’s published writings come together in this exciting anthology, some newly translated or translated into English for the first time by the editors. Featured writings include Narcissus; Queen Whimsical; The Two Sexes, and On Love (from Letter to d’Alembert); “On Women,” “Sophie, or the Woman,” On Love, and Mothers and Infants (from Emile); Women of Paris, and Domestic Life (from Julie); Letters to “Henriette”; The Death of Lucretia; Essay on the Important Events of Which Women Have Been the Secret Cause; The Levite of Ephraim; The Loves of Milord Edward Bomston; Pygmalion; Letters to Sara; The Naturalness of the Family (from the Second Discourse); “A Household on rue St. Denis”; and Emile and Sophie, or the Solitaries.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781584657507
Publisher:
Dartmouth College Press
Publication date:
04/30/2009
Edition description:
Trans. from the French
Pages:
376
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.10(d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Chronology
Introduction
Select Bibliography
GENDER IDENTITY
Narcissus; or, The Lover of Himself
Queen Whimsical
The Two Sexes (from the Letter to d’Alembert) •WOMEN
“On Women”
“Sophie; or, Woman” (from Emile)
Women of Paris (from Julie)
Women of Geneva (from the Letter to d’Alembert)
Letters to “Henriette”
WOMEN AND POLITICS
The Death of Lucretia
Essay on the Important Events of Which Women Have Been the Secret Cause
The Levite of Ephraïm
LOVE
The Loves of Milord Edward Bomston
Pygmalion
On Love (from Emile)
On Love (from the Letter to d’Alembert)
Letters to Sara
FAMILY
The Naturalness of the Family (from the Second Discourse)
Mothers and Infants (from Emile)
Domestic Life (from Julie)
“A Household on rue St. Denis”
Emile and Sophie; or, The Solitaries
Index

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