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Sartre and Flaubert By Hazel E. Barnes,

  • Title: Sartre and Flaubert
  • Author: Hazel E. Barnes
  • ISBN: 9780226037202
  • Page: 396
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In Sartre and Flaubert, Hazel E Barnes, the great American popularizer of French existentialism, explores The Family Idiot, the book that consumed the last ten years of Jean Paul Sartre s life.As he slowly went blind, Sartre set off to write what he called a true novel a biography of Gustave Flaubert whom Sartre detested that would incorporate modern social science,In Sartre and Flaubert, Hazel E Barnes, the great American popularizer of French existentialism, explores The Family Idiot, the book that consumed the last ten years of Jean Paul Sartre s life.As he slowly went blind, Sartre set off to write what he called a true novel a biography of Gustave Flaubert whom Sartre detested that would incorporate modern social science, including psychology, anthropology, and economics.Ms Barnes s study provides a quick preview of all five volumes of the notoriously difficult work It also gives, for the first time anywhere, an account of Sartre s notes for the final, unwritten volume.
    Sartre and Flaubert In Sartre and Flaubert Hazel E Barnes the great American popularizer of French existentialism explores The Family Idiot the book that consumed the last ten years of Jean Paul Sartre s life As he s

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