Gender, Authenticity, and the Missive Letter in Eighteenth-Century France: Marie-Anne de la Tour, Roussear s Real-Life Julie (Hardback)

Mary McAlpin

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Language: English . Brand New Book. This study examines authorial consciousness in the fifteen-year correspondence between Jean-Jacques Rousseau and his most devoted fan, Marie-Anne de La Tour, who claimed to incarnate his heroine Julie of La Nouvelle Heloise . Far from the starry-eyed obsessive she is now assumed to have been, de La Tour was a woman writer eager for fame who pursued her goal of becoming an author through the vehicle of a private correspondence with a celebrity. In the eighteenth century, with the vogue for publishing the private in full force, missive letters were accorded great esthetic and publication value. Suspicion of intent to publish by writers of private letters was common, but this awareness has now been lost as the letter form has lost its publication potential. De La Tour s project of creating a publishable private correspondence with a famous author raises theoretical issues relevant not only to eighteenth-century studies but also to epistolary studies, reader-response theory, and gender theory. Mary McAlpin is Associate Professor of French and Chair of the French program at the University of Tennessee. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : This study examines authorial consciousness in the fifteen-year correspondence between Jean-Jacques Rousseau and his most devoted fan, Marie-Anne de La Tour, who claimed to incarnate his heroine Julie of "La Nouvelle Heloise". Far from the starry-eyed obsessive she is now assumed to have been, de La Tour was a woman writer eager for fame who pursued her goal of becoming an "author" through the vehicle of a private correspondence with a celebrity. In the eighteenth century, with the vogue for publishing the private in full force, missive letters were accorded great esthetic and publication value. Suspicion of intent to publish by writers of private letters was common, but this awareness has now been lost as the letter form has lost its publication potential. De La Tour's project of creating a publishable "private" correspondence with a famous author raises theoretical issues relevant not only to eighteenth-century studies but also to epistolary studies, reader-response theory, and gender theory. Mary McAlpin is Associate Professor of French and Chair of the French program at the University of Tennessee.

About the Author: Jennifer Davis Michael is Associate Professor of English at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. She received bachelor's degrees there and at Oxford University, and she holds a doctorate from Northwestern University. Her articles have appeared in such journals as Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture, European Romantic Review, and Romanticism, as well as in the collection Prophetic Character: Essays on William Blake in Honor of John E. Grant.

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Titre : Gender, Authenticity, and the Missive Letter...
Éditeur : Associated University Presses
Date d'édition : 2006
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