Either/Or - Book 1, Either/Or : Chapter 6, Aesthetic Validity of Marriage Summary & Analysis

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The author continues on this lengthy tract about marriage. Here, he writes about three types of love. One is the love between friends, another is romantic love and finally he counts conjugal love. In the preceding chapter he went on to explain how he views marital love as a great opportunity for first love and romantic love to continue, but to operate at a new level. While continuing to develop this ethical work about marriage the author develops his narrative voice. As a writer, the quality of the work is good. Kierkegaard has devised a strong narrative voice at this point. The readers will clearly be able to tell whether or not he or she is part of the target audience. Female readers are not the target audience. This is obvious...

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