Mi·chel Ey·quem [mee-shele-kem], /miˈʃɛl ɛˈkɛm/, Seigneur de, 1533–92, French essayist.
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She gives no nods to the Humanists, like Montaigne, Francis Bacon, Erasmus, or Descartes.Sor Juana: Mexico’s Most Erotic Poet and Its Most Dangerous Nun | Katie Baker | November 8, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Complete Works By Michel de Montaigne This is the one inexhaustible book anyone interested in the form must have.
Montaigne swore by it and quoted it extensively in his Essays.
And forget about anything resembling the splendor of Avenue Montaigne in Paris, the hub of luxury powerhouse LVMH.
Mrs. Montaigne loved both her children, said that she did so equally, and they both ruled her; Helena by fear, Herbert by love.Dorothy at Skyrie | Evelyn Raymond
And I plain told her that Helena Montaigne was here, and 'twas her chanst to make friends with her.Dorothy at Skyrie | Evelyn Raymond
Montaigne would say:219 I will have elbow-room: I will be courteous and affable according to my fancy, without fear or remorse.The 'Characters' of Jean de La Bruyre | Jean de La Bruyre
We are disturbed in our slumber only, like the luxurious Montaigne, ‘that we may the better and more sensibly enjoy it.’English: Composition and Literature | W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
In this work he systematized many of the opinions of Montaigne.The Necessity of Atheism | Dr. D.M. Brooks
British Dictionary definitions for Montaigne
Michel Eyquem de (miʃɛl ikɛm də). 1533–92, French writer. His life's work, the Essays (begun in 1571), established the essay as a literary genre and record the evolution of his moral ideas
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