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'Alpha' Female: An Interview with Actress Serafita Grigoriadou

PopMatters
Exploring the philosophies to be found in Jean-Paul Sartre's No Exit, her confinement further espouses the ideology that hell is not only other people but also one's self. Serving as an eerie reminder of the existentialist principals in question is the ...

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

In the Face of Antisemitism, Leaving France for Israel Must Remain a Personal ...

Algemeiner
“If the Jew did not exist, the antisemite would have invented him,” said Jean-Paul Sartre. Antisemitism is the choice of existing via jealousy, resentment, murderous hatred, and not for the reason of being openhearted. To tolerate it means putting in ...



1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

'No Exit' offers audiences a glimpse of hell

The Poly Post
Cal Poly Pomona is offered a glimpse of hell with “No Exit,” a winter quarter production by the Department of Theatre and New Dance. Adapted by Paul Flores and directed by Anthony Solorzano, “No Exit” is a 1944 French play written by Jean-Paul Sartre.

1964 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Jean-Paul Sartre News

Senioritis by Sartre

The Chicago Maroon
Jean-Paul Sartre wrote about La Nausée—the nausea that we feel when confronted with endless, and often undesirable, choices. The resulting paralysis is not because we are unable to decide, but because we are afraid it is the wrong choice to make.

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