In Montaigne's Tower: Essays

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In Montaigne's Tower is an engaging collection of personal essays written in the discursive mode of Montaigne, the author's mentor and model. Masters, who is known for his distinctive use of memory to define the present moment, uses his own perceptions, experiences, and sensibilities to examine familiar subjects like politics, human sexuality, abandonment, family relations, and even death. His essays are not meant to advance a cause or prove a point, but rather to explore universal subjects in terms of his own life. Most of ...

In Montaigne's Tower: Essays 2000, University of Missouri Press

ISBN-13: 9780826212627

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In Montaigne's Tower: Essays 2000, University of Missouri Press

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