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Self-Love … is an Abyss, too deep ever to be sounded, and too dark ever to be seen through; there it sits undiscovered, even from the nicest, and most penetrating Eye, and runs a thousand wild Mazes undiscerned.
No. II.
François,
duc de La Rochefoucauld
The Moral Maxims and Reflections of the Duke de la Rochefoucauld
 
François, duc de La Rochefoucauld
 
This early English translation of the pillar of French thought explores the enigma of amour-propre, or self-love.
 
CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Introduction by George H. Holland   
The Translator’s Preface    The Preface to the Reader
 
LONDON: METHUEN & Co., 1912
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2011
 
Part I. Nos. I–CCCCXII  [pdf]
Part II. Nos. CCCCXIII–DLXV
Part III. Nos. DLXVI–DCXLVI
Part IV. Nos. DCXLVII–DCCXXXVII
Part V. Nos. DCCXXXVIII–DCCLXXII


 
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