The Confessions of Jean Jacques Rousseau
Kessinger Publishing, 1 juin 2005 - 448 pages
1923. Translated from the French. With a preface by Edmund Wilson. Rousseau, philosopher and Father of the Romantic Movement, The Confessions is his landmark autobiography. Both brilliant and flawed, it is nonetheless beautifully written and remains one of the most moving human documents in all of literature. In this work, Rousseau frankly and sincerely settles accounts with himself in an effort to project his true image to the world. In so doing he reveals the details of a man who paid little regard to accepted morality and social conventions.
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