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Jean-Paul Sartre

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1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

J.P. Devine Movie Review: 'Whiplash'

Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel
... and certainly the art of cinematographer Sharone Meir, gives us Fletcher's class room, a dark windowless music room down a series of long, dimly lit mahogany halls that might well be a set in perdition, with tones of Jean Paul Sartre's dark play ...

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

Why good writers don't usually make good gardeners

Financial Times
He also includes Jean-Paul Sartre, who might seem to be off the subject, but Young remarks how Sartre “hates the country. He loathes the swarming life of insects and the pullulation of plants”. People who hate gardening are much more interesting than ...

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

Books: We know we are dying animals

New Zealand Herald
Jean-Paul Sartre once said that the difference between human beings and other animals is that we know we are fastened to dying animals. The 15 stories comprising Christos Tsiolkas' collection, Merciless Gods, have that knowledge front and fore. They're ...

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Sartre with sophistication

The Telegram
First staged in 1944, Jean-Paul Sartre's existential "Huis Clos," usually titled "No Exit" in English, takes place in a room with a door that cannot be opened from the inside. In the closed room, furnished with three straight chairs, a green and white ...

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