The Confessions

The Confessions


In his Confessions Jean-Jacques Rousseau tells the tale of his existence, from the formative event of his humble formative years in Geneva, throughout the success of foreign popularity as novelist and thinker in Paris, to his wanderings as an exile, persecuted through governments and alienated from the realm of recent civilization. In attempting to clarify who he used to be and the way he got here to be the article of others' admiration and abuse, Rousseau analyses with distinct perception the connection among an elusive yet crucial internal self and the range of social identities he was once ended in undertake.

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