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Love's work : a reckoning with life

By: Rose, Gillian.
Publisher: New York : New York Review Books, 1995Description: xiv, 150 p. 20 cm.ISBN: 9781590173657.Subject(s): Rose, Gillian | Philosophers England | Biography | Geoffrey Hill | Michael WoodDDC classification: 192 Summary: This is not a pastel reverie, but a work in which the author, an English philosopher, feminist, and Marxist, not only bares her soul but carefully dissects it...Rose develops by contrast her notion of love's work: the obligation to go on thinking and caring in spite of the certainty of physical and moral defeat. Gillian Rose died shortly after completing this rigorous and lyrical book.
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This is not a pastel reverie, but a work in which the author, an English philosopher, feminist, and Marxist, not only bares her soul but carefully dissects it...Rose develops by contrast her notion of love's work: the obligation to go on thinking and caring in spite of the certainty of physical and moral defeat. Gillian Rose died shortly after completing this rigorous and lyrical book.

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