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Papers On French Literature
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Jean Paul Sartre's 'The Wall'
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A 1 page summary of Sartre's short story. It reflects Sartre's interest in the ultimate lack of causality in life through the depiction of the 'last night' of a group of prisoners condemned to die in the morning. The narrator in fact does not die, but he might as well have, because he has psychologically been absorbed into the wall separating life from death, and there is no going back. No sources.
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Jean Paul Sartre's 'La Nausee'/ Motif of Nausea
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A 9 page paper examining the significance of the protagonist's sensation of nausea throughout this book. The paper concludes that for Sartre, the nausea symbolizes his protagonist's ultimate recognition of life's futility. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Jean Paul Sartre's 'No Exit'
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(work is also known called 'Hois Clos') In this 8 page paper, the writer argues that the concept 'Hell Is Other People' is the primary theme of this classic existentialist drama ('No Exit' is a one-act play by Sartre) and it is just as resonant today as it was more than fifty years ago. Sartre's existentialist philosophy is examined in great analytical detail and the paper remains most concerned with explaining precisely what Sartre meant by 'No Exit' and how it applies to everyone's life. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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No Exit by Jean Paul Sartre
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It is commonly believed that the theme presented by Jean Paul Sartre in his 1944 play, No Exit was 'Hell is other people'. By exploring the other writings of Sartre one can begin to understand that the concept he was elucidating in the play was the exact opposite of the externalization of negative emotions. Rather, the play was another forum he chose in which to answer to the critics of the philosophy of existentialism. This 5 page paper asserts that the theme espoused by Sartre is actually the quest for freedom as defined by the individual's acceptance of oneself and the choices made throughout one's lifetime. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Beaumarchais' 'Figaro'
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A 4 page discussion of characters (Figaro and the Count) in Beaumarchais' 'Figaro.' Writer examines elements that made the classic work so markedly reminiscent of the Enlightenment period. Bibliography lists 4+ sources used to validate points made in paper.
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Montesquieu's 'The Persian Letters'
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A 5 page analysis of this classic novel of the seventeenth-century in which the writer demonstrates that Montesquieu's masterpiece reflects both the ideas and beliefs of the Enlightenment and the beginnings of the scientific revolution. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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