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Patrick Coleman,Jayne Lewis,Jill Kowalik
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Lewis, Jayne Elizabeth. The Enlightenment idea of the self-an autonomous individual, testing rules imposed from without against a personal sensibility nourished from within-is today vigorously contested.

Lewis, Jayne Elizabeth. By analyzing early-modern "life writing" in all its variety, from private diaries and correspondences to public confessions and philosophical portraits, this volume shows that the relation between self and community is more complex and more intimate than supposed.

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Bibliographic Details. Title: REPRESENTATIONS OF THE SELF FROM THE. Publication Date: 2000. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Synopsis: A team of international contributors explores the way modern conceptions of what constitutes an individual's life story emerged in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

The Enlightenment idea of the self-an autonomous individual, testing rules imposed from without against a personal sensibility nourished from within-is today vigorously contested.

ISBN-13: 978-0521661461. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. By analysing early-modern 'life writing' in all its variety, from private diaries and correspondences to public confessions and philosophical portraits, this volume shows that the relation between self and community is more complex and more intimate than supposed.

The Enlightenment idea of the self-an autonomous individual, testing rules imposed from without against a personal sensibility nourished from within-is today vigorously contested. By analyzing early-m A team of international contributors explores the way modern conceptions of what constitutes an individual's life story emerged in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Anne K. Mellor, ‘Mary Robinson and the Scripts of Female Sexuality’, in Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis, and Jill Kowalik (eds), Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), 230–59 (253). 8. Jacqueline M. Labbe, ‘The Romance of Motherhood: Generation and the Literary Text’, Romanticism on the Net, 26 (2002), 1–37 (28). 9. Bette London, Writing Double: Women’s Literary Partnerships (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1999), 1. oogle Scholar.

This book examines the public assertion of self by men and women in England, France and Germany from the Renaissance to Romanticism. Похожие книги: Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism. This book examines the public assertion of self by men от 4541. Phonological Representations. The Media and The Public.

Representations of the self from the Renaissance to Romanticism

Representations of the self from the Renaissance to Romanticism. Patrick Coleman, Jayne Elizabeth Lewis, Jill Anne Kowalik. Introduction Patrick Coleman 1. Revising Descartes: on subject and community Timothy J. Reiss 2. The 'man of learning' defended: seventeenth-century biographies of scholars and an early modern idea. More).

Professor of French Patrick Coleman, Patrick Coleman, Jayne Lewis, Jill Kowalik. Cambridge University Press, 27 Nis 2000 - 284 sayfa.

Patrick Coleman was educated in French and English schools in Montreal and earned a . Representations of the Self from the Renaissance to Romanticism (with Jayne Lewis and Jill Kowalik). at McGill University before going on to Yale for his P. He came to UCLA in 1975 and over the course of his career have served as Chair of my department, Chair of the Graduate Council, and Associate and Interim Director of the Center for. 17th and 18th Century Studies, in which he continues to be an active participant.

A team of international contributors explores the way modern conceptions of what constitutes an individual's life story emerged in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. The Enlightenment idea of the self--an autonomous individual, testing rules imposed from without against a personal sensibility nourished from within--is today vigorously contested. By analyzing early-modern "life writing" in all its variety, from private diaries and correspondences to public confessions and philosophical portraits, this volume shows that the relation between self and community is more complex and more intimate than supposed.