nonfiction biography philosophy challenging informative inspiring slow-paced

602 pages | first published 1985

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One of the major accomplishments of Cohen-Solal's book is not only to place Sartre in the context of history, but to reopen the question of his role and to reassess the full import of his literary and political accomplishments. Discovering untold ...
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