What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Erotic Love and Egoism in the Age of Enlightenment
2 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
able accept Ages Alexis allow ambiguous appear Astrée attraction Bajazet Balzac beauty becomes believes beloved body brother Céladon character Clarissa completely course courtly created death described desire destroyed determined dominant Elizabethan emotional Enide equality Erec erotic erotic love exist experience expressed face fact feels female finally force friendship give hand heart Henri human husband ideal identity imagination Iseut Julie knight Léon letter lion live Lovelace lover Lucien male marriage marry masculine master meaning Merteuil mutual nature needs never notion novel once Paris passion perfect physical play pleasure possess possible Press psychological Pulchérie relations relationship remain roles Roman Rousseau Saint-Preux Seleuchus sense sexual Shakespeare story strength strong symbolic tells tion Tristan true truth understands University Valmont Vautrin virtue wants wife woman women writes young Yvain