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  • Title: No Exit
  • Author: Jean-Paul Sartre
  • ISBN: 9780573613050
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jean Paul Sartre, the great French existentialist, displays his mastery of drama in NO EXIT, an unforgettable portrayal of hell.The play is a depiction of the afterlife in which three deceased characters are punished by being locked into a room together for eternity It is the source of Sartre s especially famous and often misinterpreted quotation L enfer, c est les autreJean Paul Sartre, the great French existentialist, displays his mastery of drama in NO EXIT, an unforgettable portrayal of hell.The play is a depiction of the afterlife in which three deceased characters are punished by being locked into a room together for eternity It is the source of Sartre s especially famous and often misinterpreted quotation L enfer, c est les autres or Hell is other people , a reference to Sartre s ideas about the Look and the perpetual ontological struggle of being caused to see oneself as an object in the world of another consciousness.
    No Exit Jean Paul Sartre the great French existentialist displays his mastery of drama in NO EXIT an unforgettable portrayal of hell The play is a depiction of the afterlife in which three deceased charact

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    1. 1 2 1 2 3 4 5 L enfer, c est les autres Jean Paul Sartre s No ExitA BBC Adaptation Starring Harold Pinter 1964 youtube watch v mshvq

    2. The mere abstraction of forever makes me shiver, but throw in that word hell , and the heat starts to rise to an unprecedented level, whether bliss or burning to be subjected to anything forever, with no foreseeable or even imaginable end is almost impossible to comprehend I would promptly take living multiple lives briefly, than a single one indefinitely As reality outside of any timeline doesn t seem to carry with it any kind of need for initiative, for good nor evil Hm So here we are As with [...]

    3. As a function of pure entertainment, Sartre s No Exit is brilliant Ironically, Sartre uses almost pure dialogue to show not tell the dilemma faced by Garcin, Inez, and Estelle, three absentees a euphemism for the dead locked into a room, condemned to be together for eternity Each has arrived here for different reasons, but all three possess qualities that bring out the worst in the others Rather than the traditional hellish tropes of horned demons and hell fire, this play evokes special torture [...]

    4. Two is Company, Three is HellOh my sweet Satan this is one hell of a play This definitely is scariest vision of inferno, and the vision is just too simple You re member all we were told about the torture chambers, the fire and brimstone, the burning marl Old wives tales There s no need for red hot pokers Hell is other people And who can be better torturer than brains behind holocausts and Abu Gharibs As for me, I am mean that means that I need the suffering of others to exist A flame A flame in [...]

    5. One day, aged nearly 16 I was an observant, Orthodox Jew I enjoyed the ritual, I enjoyed the scholarship, I submerged myself in the study of Rashi, the Ramban, Talmud and Torah and boys Then I read Iron in the Soul and the next day I had started to think for myself I ve been an existentialist ever since view spoiler Still a tribal Jew though, and I still like boys hide spoiler

    6. Hell is other people That statement is beyond doubt the most famous of Satre s However, it is only after one is acquainted with No Exit does one realise how grossly misinterpreted that statement is In the context of this play, the statement is not misanthropic It highlights a symptom of the condition that is life Perhaps this quote, where Estelle peers into the eyes of Inez for the lack of a mirror, characterizes Satre s iconic quote better.Your scare me rather My reflection in the glass never d [...]

    7. This play gave me a wonderful idea for my next photography project and another view of hell Every time I pick up something by existentialist authors, I m reminded of how much they closely border upon my thoughts on life The play centers around three characters who are trapped in a room after being dead for several hours and begin conversing about each other s idea of why they ve landed there which they think is essentially the hell They bicker, fight and hate each other and we come to see how ea [...]

    8. The gist of No Exit is this three people are put in a room The interesting thing about the room is, it s Hell And what s really interesting about Hell is there s no torture devices, no devouring flames, it s just a trio of insufferable people left to themselves.The premise is pretty genius The setting, a Second Empire drawing room, a tastelessly opulent room basically panders to me It seems like Jean Paul Sartre is using the setting as a statement, to say something is wrong with the Bourgeoisie, [...]

    9. J ai ador lire, apr s avoir fini Huis Clos, ce que Sartre avait dire sur cette pi ce, pourquoi il l avait crite, quel message il essayait de faire passer travers elle And these words hit so close to home, it feels like it was just about the right time that I read it Je vous laisse un lien vers lequel vous renseigner sur la question alalettre sartre oeuvrEn tout cas, une pi ce sympathique qui en a finalement bien plus dans son coffre qu une simple com die.

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    11. We ve often heard the cliche Hell is other people , but no one has ever taken the saying literally than Jean Paul Sartre in No Exit The play opens on Garcin, a man damned for eternity He is lead to a plain room with no mirrors or beds, only three couches and poor decorating Like the two women that arrive after him, Inez and Estelle, he wonders why there are no torturing devices in Hell as expected However, once the three start in conversation, they realize that they have been chosen to torture [...]

    12. I read No Exit in English and French and saw the play while studying in France In par with Sartre s idea of freedom, we create heaven and hell today, in this life on earth, by other s judgments of our acts Hell is the other , the phrase encapsulating heaven and hell, I found quite to the point The other s eyes pierce into my head, judging and shaping who I am, which I must escape, through my freedom to choose No Exit is a simple and yet powerful play, which defined Petan s northeren France, givi [...]

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