Emile Character Descriptions

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Jean-Jacques Rousseau

This person had a kind and gentle upbringing, but was apprenticed to a violent master.

Barbara Foxley

This person is the translator.

P. D. Jimack

This is a scholar who taught French at the University of Stirling in Scotland when the edition used was published in 1993.

Grotius

This person is named as an ancient hero.

Plato

This person is an ancient Greek philosopher of Athens.

Emile

This person is the fictitious protagonist of the work.

Sophy

This person is fictional, and is used as a theoretical model for young women.

Atalanta

This person was a Greek female champion, a runner.

God

This name represents a beneficent force in the cosmos.

Master

This title is used to apply to more than one person during the book, and it is meant to indicate a level of dominance over another.

Mistress

This title is simply the feminine form of...

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