If hell was other people for Sartre, then redemption is the same in Schink's novel.
Sartre did not become the most celebrated writer by accident and the extent of his fame is hard to grasp today.
Claude Lanzmann was one of Simone de Beauvoir's “contingent lovers,” a role officially approved by Sartre.
Her acclaimed Sartre: A Life has been translated into 16 languages.
His idea of historic violence moving the masses to revolt was cribbed from Sartre.
Sartre, Beauvoir, Vian and Greco were holding court in the cafes and nightclubs of Saint German.
Sartre eventually got his halva, which came wrapped in individual bars and sprinkled with chopped almonds.
Your sister had an affair with two major philosophers of the 20th century, Deleuze and then Sartre.
Sartre is also famous, it occurs, for a witty definition of hell: “Other people.”