Table of contents for Jean-Jacques Rousseau : the writer and the man / Leo Damrosch.

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Introduction 0
1. The Loneliness of a Gifted Child 00
2. The End of Innocence 00
3. "I desired a happiness of which I had no idea" 00
4. Rousseau Finds a Mother 00
5. A Year of Wandering 00
6. In Maman's House 000
7. The Idyll of Les Charmettes 000
8. Broadening Horizons: Lyon and Paris 000
9. The Masks of Venice 000
10. A Life Partner and a Guilty Secret 000
11. A Writer's Apprenticeship 000
12. The Beginnings of Fame 000
13. Rousseau's Originality 000
14. Lionized in Geneva, Alienated in Paris 000
15. An Affair of the Heart 000
16. The Break with the Enlightenment 000
17. Peace at Last, and the Triumph of Julie 000
18. Rousseau the Controversialist: Émile and 	The Social Contract 
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19. Exile in the Mountains 000
20. Another Expulsion 000
21. In a Strange Land 000
22. The Past Relived 000
23. Into the Self-Made Labyrinth 000
24. The Final Years in Paris 000
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Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778.
Authors, French -- 18th century -- Biography.