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No Exit and Three Other Plays (Anglais) Broché – 23 octobre 1989

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Four seminal plays by one of the greatest philosophers of the twentieth century.

An existential portrayal of Hell in Sartre's best-known play, as well as three other brilliant, thought-provoking works: the reworking of the Electra-Orestes story, the conflict of a young intellectual torn between theory and conflict, and an arresting attack on American racism.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic Plays! 19 juin 2017
Par Dead Head - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Sartre makes Existentialism come alive through these plays. The philosophical ideas are made understandable and one does not even have to know that this is an Existentialist work, in other words, the plays stand on their own as interesting and well written. I would have paid the full price just for the one play No Exit. Fantastic stuff - highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 If there is a hell, this may well be exactly how it is 13 juillet 2016
Par Mister Culverlake - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
A classic Sartre work, "No Exit", grouped with three other plays not previously known to me when I first picked up this book many years ago. "No Exit" remains one of my all-time favorites and often Sartre's definition of hell finds its way into my conversations and thoughts.

Any fan of mid-20th century existential brilliance will fall in love here. It's like Camus, without the social justice.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Painful 10 mai 2017
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Reading Sartre's plays particularly No Exit gives the reader a mental burden and pain that makes one question superfluous nature of our lives and exlstence.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great work of literature that dares the reader to change 11 avril 2017
Par edgar munoz - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Too many times principles in life are overstated and oversold, as if infallible or as if principles absolutely design the essence of civilization. (Don't they?) With these four plays, the great Sartre demonstrates--sometimes masterfully and other times less so--the limits of Ideals, the roles of conventions, the blinders of conceptual designs to remind us that we are free--we are prisoners of imagination, if we must be prisoners at all, but we can decide to be free mentally at any moment. Yes, it's quite Western, romantic, secular, and abstract; this book is a remnant of a bygone era; etc. But it dares to tell the reader she or he is powerful, and mostly succeeds, which is remarkable on its own, and an empowering message regardless of era.

My favorite play was No Exit, followed by The Flies, The Respectful Prostitute, and lastly Dirty Hands, which I found too pedantic and loquacious as a story/play yet philosophically piquant, especially about party politics of the Left. The other three plays were well crafted and mesmerizing; I didn't feel I was being brow-beaten by an Existentialist but invited to reflect on human nature's machinations to auto-correct/direct--they were enlightening. Dirty Hands, however, seemed a thoughtful polemic dressed as a play--not the most overt ever (Waiting for Lefty) but overt enough to wonder about the footnotes that were missing to this essay written as a play. (Was this Sartre's answer to Plato?)

Great book! I'd read it again, mostly; I'd recommend it, definitely. In our time, a little Sartre can be the realignment we all need.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Hell is other people, and they exist to torture you. 13 octobre 2005
Par Peter M. Ackarey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This book is an answer to a question many people have been avoiding all their lives. And when you finally develop the ability to ask it to yourself, Sartre provides his suggested answer for you, though it may not be the answer you wanted.

The premise of the main play, "No Exit", is that many people have chosen to exist in misery, even when the exit to that misery presents itself clearly. For these people, there is "no exit". Their existance is defined by their misery. If they make the concious decision to exit, then they have nothing to live for.

All four plays are written in non-pretentious and easy to understand styles, unlike many philisophical writings. They don't require a great deal of effort to read or understand. In fact, they are quite enjoyable and I found myself reading each play many times before moving on to the next one.

Don't expect to feel uplifted about the state of humanity while reading these plays, however. Sartre's message about human existance can be a dismal one. It is quite helpful, though, to come to terms with the fact that many of our fellow humans are just puzzled about their lives, and sharing a social existance with these people can be precarious to your own search for meaning.
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