The Role of Sex in the Works of Shelley and Rousseau Essay by Meg

The Role of Sex in the Works of Shelley and Rousseau
A look at the role of sex in Rousseau's "A Discourse on Inequality" and Shelley's "Frankenstein".
# 1001 | 1,550 words | 2 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Apr 12, 2001 in Literature (American) , Literature (General)


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This essay uses specific examples from the works of Shelly and Rousseau to prove the hypothesis that these authors view sex as merely a basic desire that needs to be fulfilled on an occasional basis.

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