Montaigne swore by it and quoted it extensively in his Essays.
She gives no nods to the Humanists, like Montaigne, Francis Bacon, Erasmus, or Descartes.
A theory of this is suggested in the author's Montaigne and Shakespeare.
Like Montaigne and his sausage, I had now something to complain of, and I was happy.
On the immense influence of Montaigne, compare Tennemann, vol.
Your anecdotes from Ad-Damiry and your quotations from Montaigne shall not help you.
She kept up her relation with the family of Montaigne, and went on a visit to them in Guyenne, where she remained fifteen months.
He says things like Defoe, like Montaigne, like Rochefoucauld.
The Essais were instantly welcomed, and few writers of the Renaissance had so instant and so vast a popularity as Montaigne.
Do you not say so yourself after Cervantes, Scott, Montaigne, etc.?