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Intimacy This is Sartre s masterly portrait of life seen from new and revealing angles, in which the human soul is stripped of all its civilized veneer, and layers of experience are peeled back with ferocious skill to reveal the depths of the private oppressions, sensualities and neuroses of our time and the overpowering evil to which modern man can descend CONTENTS Intimacy The Wall The Room Erostratus The Childhood of a Leader Translated by Lloyd Alexander Free Download [ Intimacy ] author [ Jean-Paul Sartre ] – quickpaydayloansonlineuk.co.uk

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  1. Intimations of IntimacyThis collection of five short stories was first published in French in 1939.At the time, Sartre had already written his first novel,Nausea , and several philosophical works.My copy of the English translation was published by Panther Books and was marketed asthe brilliant study of the corruption of loveThere are four photos of a naked brunette woman only partly cloaked by her bedsheets, as if viewed in an oval mirror the frame of which could also pass for a large ke Intimations of IntimacyThis collection of five short stories was first published in French in 1939.At the time, Sartre had already written his first novel,Nausea , and several philosophical works.My copy of the English translation was published by Panther Books and was marketed asthe brilliant study of the corruption of loveThere are four photos of a naked brunette woman only partly cloaked by her bedsheets, as if viewed in an oval mirror the frame of which could also pass for a large keyhole.I m not sure how well it sold in the English speaking world However, I don t think either of...

  2. The Wall was by far my favorite story in here I got completely absorbed and felt almost as mentally exhausted as the protagonist at the end Although disclaimer I was quite stoned when I read it.

  3. Written in 2011 I am versed in the Sartre these days.You know, for a book titled Intimacy, there s never a truly intimate moment.I actually don t know much about Sartre, other than the fact that he developed existentialism, his relationship with Simone de Beauvoir, and that he wrote No Exit Albert Camus isin my realm of interest When I was in an introduction to philosophy class, my teacher presented Camus and Sartre as almost Camus philosophy vs Sartre s philosophy, wh...

  4. FUCKING BRILLIANT He loves me, hedoesn t love my bowels, if they showed him my appendix in aglass he wouldn t recognize it, he s always feeling me, but ifthey put the glass in his hands he wouldn t touch...

  5. I remember It was only the other day that I was with a couple of friends and I spoke to them about a story I intended to write It was my in my head, as always an original idea and they liked it as well Little did I know that Monsieur le Sartre had deja produced a work which resembled my deepest thoughts I reckon, after having read the wall, I started to realise that my stories revolved around an existentialist backdrop This caused me a lot of turmoil, for in I had absolutely no intentio I remember It was only the other day that I was with a couple of friends and I spoke to them about a story I intended to write It was my in my head, as always an original idea and they liked it as well Little did I know that Monsieu...

  6. One day, when I grow up, I want to write with the uncertainty that Sartre seems to be able to put into his words There is no future determined in each of the short works presented here Time unravels for the reader as it does for the characters It is beautiful.I purchased this book thinking it was a novel I m glad it isn t, though each of the five stories are interesting enough that they could become a novel, and one, The Childhood of a Leader, is a sweeping tale that certainly would qualify One day, when I grow up, I want to write with the uncertainty that Sartre seems to be able to put into his words There is no future determined in each of the short works presented here Time unravels for the reader as it does for the characters It is beautiful.I purchased this book thinking it was a novel I m glad it isn t, though each of the five stories are interesting enough that they could become a novel, and one, The Childhood of a Leader, is a sweeping tale that certainly would qualify as a novella Each story talks about shocking experiences in life Love and salvation, illness, aging And none of them ...

  7. At that moment I felt that I had my whole life in front of me and I thought, It s a damned lie It was worth nothing because it was finished I wondered how I d been able to walk, to laugh with the girls I wouldn t have moved so much as my little finger if I had only imagined I would die like this My life was in front of me, shut, closed, like a...

  8. The Wall was the best one

  9. The only stuff I knew about Sartre was that he once refused a Nobel and that he was part of the French intelligentsia, plus I had a strong suspicion that his work is of the difficult kind But curiosity got the best of me, curiosity and the size of this small collection Four short stories and a novella The first story in this edition took me a few pages to get into but maybe it was just prejudice or something because it suddenly sort of cleared up and it just got progressively better and bette The only stuff I knew about Sartre was that he once refused a Nobel and that he was part of the French intelligentsia, plus I had a strong suspicion that his work is of the difficult kind But curio...

  10. Prolific Outstanding work Intimacy without any intimate feelings Cruel and disastrous confession of the human nature He loves me, hedoesn t love my bowels, if they showed him my appendix in aglass he wouldn t recognize it, he s always feeling me, but ifthey put the glass in his hands he wouldn t touch it, he wouldn tthink, that s hers, you ought to love all of somebody, theesophagus, the liver, the intestines Maybe we don t love thembecause we aren t used to them, if we saw them the way Prolific Outstanding work Intimacy without any intimate feelings Cruel and disastrous confession of th...