Enlightenment Virtue, 1680-1794

James Fowler (Editor) Marine Ganofsky (Editor)
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Voltaire Foundation in Association with Liver
Publish Date
April 30, 2020
6.1 X 9.1 X 0.7 inches | 0.01 pounds

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About the Author

James Fowler is Senior Lecturer in eighteenth-century French Literature and Thought at the University of Kent. Publications include The Libertine's Nemesis: The Prude in 'Clarissa' and the Roman libertin (Oxford, 2011), Richardson and the Philosophes (Oxford, 2014), and James Fowler (ed.) New Essays on Diderot (Cambridge, 2011; 2014).

Marine Ganofsky is a lecturer in French literature at the University of St Andrews. Her research focuses on the eighteenth century and its quest for happiness. She approaches the topic through the lens of literature, aesthetics, philosophy and socio-cultural history. Her first book looked at libertine nights and she is now working on the concept of illusion in the Age of Enlightenment.

Marine Ganofsky est ma�tre de conf�rences en litt�rature fran�aise � l''Universit� de St Andrews. Ses recherches portent sur le dix-huiti�me si�cle et sa qu�te de bonheur qu'elle �tudie depuis la perspective de la litt�rature, de l'esth�tique, de la philosophie et de l'histoire socio-culturelle. Son premier livre explore le sujet des nuits libertines et elle travaille actuellement sur le concept d'illusion au si�cle des Lumi�res.