A literary tour of Paris, Rouen
“Simone de Beauvoir worked here during the war because it was warm,” says Burke, “and Jean-Paul Sartre joined her upstairs (the German officers preferred the ground floor) when he returned from a PoW camp. And upstairs also became a sanctuary for gay ...
Camus' 'Chronicles': A History Of The Past, A Guide For The Future
It's true that he was never a revolutionary, and that in comparison to fellow existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre he can seem almost conformist. But Camus was a far more engaged writer than his critics have allowed, and the essays, columns and speeches ...
Meet five in the Shaw's spotlight: They are more than ingenues
Globe and Mail
One of her teenage works was a play based on Jean-Paul Sartre's hefty novel The Age of Reason. “They were sizable plays,” she said. “I desperately needed to be heard.” She convinced others of that need, and directed or produced several of her shows at ...
Marx 21 Congress: Anti-Marxists meet in Berlin
World Socialist Web Site
On its congress web site, Marx 21 contemptuously declares that “Marxism must not just consist of Marx, Engels and Lenin”, but that “revolutionary Marxists can also learn from the ideas of [Jean-Paul] Sartre, [Hannah] Arendt and other radical thinkers”.