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From the Publisher"The book's enthusiasm is infectious. It delves sympathetically into Sartre's ideas and makes a strong case for their importance."
"This biography of the French guru is brilliant."
George Walden, The Sunday Telegraph
"Enthralling, absolutely enthralling."
Christian Sauvage, Le Journal du Dimanche
"Bernard-Henri Lévy wonderfully resurrects Jean-Paul as a colossus bestriding the age...It would be hard to imagine a better translation of BHL oracular French. Andrew Brown succeeds in bringing Lévy so flamingly to life as a passionately engaged and combative speaker that you can hear him holding forth on the other side of the table in the Flore or the Deux Magots"
Andy Martin, Daily Telegraph
"Sartre, who had refused all kinds of introspection, is here thoroughly revisited in both his life and work. In this journey through the century in which Sartre lived, one learns as much about the twentieth century as one does about Sartre. This is Bernard Henri Lévy at his very best."
Marcel Neusch, La Croix
"Levy is seldom a less than engaging guide to the drama of the rise and fall of one of the last century's most prominent writers and thinkers"
Aengus Collins, Irish Times