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Alemania
 
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Anne-Louise-Germaine de Staël
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Alemania

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Published 1991 by Espasa Calpe, S.A. (first published 1810)
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I'm sure this book makes great reading material for someone who knows a lot more about Germany and German literature, and France and French literature, than I do, because it is certainly well-written and undoubtedly informative. But for me, it was just slightly more than 'it was ok' (two stars) and not quite up to 'liked it' (three stars), hence my two stars as a rating.
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Imprescindible para entender el movimiento romántico.
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French-Swiss writer, woman of letters, early champions of women's right, who was considered among Napoléon's major opponents, and spent much of her life in exile. However, Mme de Staël did not only gain fame with her books or her salon for leading intellectuals, but with her numerous affairs.

She first became known for Letters on the Works and the Character of J.-J. Rousseau (1788). The most brill...more
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