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Wonderful book, beautifully written. I have it next to my bed and dip into it, just a page or two is enough to inspire.Published 11 months ago by Charlene Smith
Like Nausea, The Words gives life to it's title from the playful beginning, to the end, Jean-Paul Sartre wrote himself as a story book character in his own life. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Andrew Olsen
Interesting read and brutally honest. From Sartre's opinion on noncoital incest to his bourgeoisie grandfather's melodramatic displays, the book delivers for all the reasons that... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Razor
i saw the movie and cried. i always like to read the books to a good movie. LOVE JEREMY RIMES(?)Published 22 months ago by samantha
Having only been exposed to Sartre's political and philosophical thought I wanted to explore the other side of his work. Read morePublished on April 7, 2012 by S. J. Boatwright
A year after the publication of this book, Sartre was awarded the Nobel Prize, which he refused, and it is said that this book is what granted him this recognition. Read morePublished on April 1, 2012 by Stefanos Tsimey
He wanted us to read about his life, to discover how he turned himself into a genius, to find the turn that made him conclude earnestly, "God does not exist. Read morePublished on August 6, 2011 by Albarelli
Everyone's life is unique - the result of events, circumstances and particular sequences of incidents. George Sand in her novella 'The Devil's Pool' says `..... Read morePublished on November 19, 2006 by A. G. Plumb
Sartre's world and life are dense with words. His books are dense with words. He is the kind of writer who seems to crowd the page with more and more words, so many words that... Read morePublished on March 17, 2005 by Shalom Freedman