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The front matter section of this book Montaigne and the Low Countries (1580 -1700) contains table of contents, preface, notes on the editors and notes on contributors. Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592) is known as the inventor of the essay, a successful genre, in which the author expresses in a free and personal style his ideas on a great diversity of subjects. It is surprising that until present no book-length study has been devoted to the multiple and various relationships between Montaigne’s Essais and the Low Countries.

Keywords: Low Countries; Michel de Montaigne



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