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“The Flies”, analysis of the drama by Sartre

The play “The Flies” was created by Jean-Paul Sartre in 1943. Its genre is philosophical drama. The antique mythos of Orestes killing his mother Clytemnestra and her lover Aegisthus, which is used as the base of the play, is a … Continue reading

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“The Wall”, analysis of the novella by Sartre

Novella “The Wall” was written in 1939 by Jean-Paul Sartre. Like most works of its genre, the novella inheres small size, few characters, one storyline, analysis of only one problem, suspenseful plot and an unexpected conclusion.

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“Nausea”, analysis of the novel by Jean-Paul Sartre

“Nausea” was written by Jean-Paul Sartre in 1938 during author`s stay in Gavres. Genre of the work is philosophical novel. In it, author performs the analysis of classical problems of existentialism as literary school: apprehension of the notion of existence … Continue reading

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