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Rousseau on Women, Love, and Family
Jean-Jacques Rousseau; Christopher Kelly, ed.; Eve Grace, ed.

Dartmouth College Press



Contents

Preface
• Chronology
• Introduction
• Select Bibliography
• GENDER IDENTITY
• Narcissus; or, The Lover of Himself
• Queen Whimsical
• The Two Sexes (from the Letter to d’Alembert) •WOMEN
• “On Women”
• “Sophie; or, Woman” (from Emile)
• Women of Paris (from Julie)
• Women of Geneva (from the Letter to d’Alembert)
• Letters to “Henriette”
• WOMEN AND POLITICS
• The Death of Lucretia
• Essay on the Important Events of Which Women Have Been the Secret Cause
• The Levite of Ephraïm
• LOVE
• The Loves of Milord Edward Bomston
• Pygmalion
• On Love (from Emile)
• On Love (from the Letter to d’Alembert)
• Letters to Sara
• FAMILY
• The Naturalness of the Family (from the Second Discourse)
• Mothers and Infants (from Emile)
• Domestic Life (from Julie)
• “A Household on rue St. Denis”
• Emile and Sophie; or, The Solitaries
• Index

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