Reveries of the Solitary Walker

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

CHF 9.00
Alerter avant parution Précommander Ajouter au panier Ajouter e-book

Penguin Books LTD Digital
novembre 1979
Ebook EPUB
Autres formats
  • Résumé

After a period of forced exile and solitary wandering brought about by his radical views on religion and politics, Jean-Jacques Rousseau returned to Paris in 1770. Here, in the last two years of his life, he wrote his final work, the Reveries. In this eloquent masterpiece the great political thinker describes his sense of isolation from a society he felt had rejected his writings - and the manner in which he has come to terms with his alienation, as he walks around Paris, gazing at plants, day-dreaming and finding comfort in the virtues of solitude and the natural world. Meditative, amusing and lyrical, this is a fascinating exploration of Rousseau's thought as he looks back over his life, searching to justify his actions, to defend himself against his critics and to elaborate upon his philosophy.
Bio de l'auteur
Sommaire / contenu
Nous vous suggérons aussi
Novel Cure, The: An A to Z of Literary Remedies Berthoud, Ella Elderkin, Susan CHF 17.80
Room of One's Own and Three Guineas, A Woolf, Virginia CHF 16.50
Notes of a Native Son Baldwin, James CHF 17.90
Love Letters of Great Men - Vol. 2 Byron, Lord George Gordon Keats, John Burns, Robert (Goldsmith's College, University of London) Shakespeare, William Hun
Retour en haut de page