Autour de Montaigne: Translated by William J. Beck
P. Lang, 1990 - 231 Seiten
The French critic and essayist, Roger Stephane, has spent over forty years reading, thinking, and writing about Michel de Montaigne, (1533-1592). In his "Autour de Montaigne, " Stephane shares with his readers his interpretations, his insight, and his sensitivity to the French Renaissance essayist and thinker. He bases his discussion on what Montaigne says in his "Essais, " putting to rest thereby a number of myths that have swirled around this controversial writer. Dr. William J. Beck's translation, the first in English, makes Stephane's masterful study accessible to a wider audience."
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