Literature And Existentialismby Jean-Paul Sartre
Sartre, who died in April 1980, was considered one of the giants of modern
This is Jean-Paul Sartre's classic literary manifesto. Arguing on many levels, it is philosophical and historical, critical and pedagogic; yet there is a single intention which frames the whole. Among the topics discussed are: "What is Writing?" "Why Write?" and "For Whom Does One Write?"
Sartre, who died in April 1980, was considered one of the giants of modern philosophy. In 1964 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, an honor he rejected.
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