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Some reflections upon marriage.

Mary Astell

Some reflections upon marriage.

by Mary Astell

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Published by Source Book Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mazarin, Armand Charles de la Porte, -- Duc de.,
  • Mazarin, Hortense de la Porte, -- Duchesse de, -- 1646-1699.

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    Open LibraryOL13915440M

    Mary Astell, Some Reflections upon Marriage (ed. prin. ) Genre: an essay. Form: prose. Characters: "men" and "women" in general, as Astell represents her C17 understanding of their genders' attributes and beliefs. Summary: Happy marriages are few, she asserts, because the way the institution operates in her England, money (income) is the primary qualification for most of them, with no. Reflections upon marriage The third edition. To which is added a preface, in answer to some objections. by: Astell, Mary, Published: () Six familiar essays upon marriage, crosses in love, sickness, death, loyalty and friendship / by: Astell, Mary, Published: ().

    Some Reflections Upon Marriage Milton Versus Astell: A Study of Paradise Lost, Reflections on Marriage, and Holy Matrimony September 3, J by sampler. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Astell, Mary, Some reflections upon marriage. [New York] Source Book Press [] (OCoLC)

    As I proofread the first edition of Mary Astell's "Some Reflections Upon Marriage", I kept imagining four women sitting down to tea -- Mary Astell, Jane Austen, Caroline Norton, and Gurinder Chadha. Mary Astell () wittily critiques the philosophical underpinnings of the institution of marriage in 's England. In Some Reflections upon Marriage (London, ), Astell focused her attention on the institution of marriage. For Astell, marriage is a divinely ordained state, a "Christian institution," the only way to perpetuate humankind. But, she asks, "if marriage be such a blessed state, how comes it there are so few happy marriages?".


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