Coping with Freedom: Reflections on Ephemeral Happiness

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Algora Publishing, 2001 - Political Science - 150 pages
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40 million American women of marriageable age are single. This approachable essay addresses many of their concerns in a profound and delightful way. Inspired by the author's own experiences as well as by 18th century philosophers, and literary and historical references, it offers insights and the courage to help us revel in the game of life, the delight of reading, the art of the journey, and the right to say "no" to chains of obligations and family.

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Chantal Thomas is a researcher at Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. She is the author of "Marquis de Sade: L'Oeil de la lettre" (1978) and "Casanova: Un Voyage libertin" (1985).

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