[PDF] Situations II u'est ce ue la littérature ?
- Situations II u'est ce ue la littérature ?
- Jean-Paul Sartre
- 19 March 2019
Summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Jean-Paul Sartre Free download Situations II u'est ce ue la littérature ? ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Jean-Paul Sartre ↠ 5 Summary Rench literature since World War II Neither abstract nor abstruse it i. Like most other people I first read Sartre early in my time at college Nausea Being Nothingness Words And I was of course smitten by this man who understood so well my experience of isolation freedom and how irritating it is when tools don t work properly And then like I hope most other people including it must be said Sartre I got over it realized that the world existed neither to irritate me nor to coddle me and that there were important things than the state of my Existence So I didn t exactly have high expectations of this and was very pleasantly surprised Sartre s argument is based on a pretty dodgy philosophy but uite valid feelings anger at injustice love of literature Like most philosophies of literature he makes absurd and stupid generalizations the poet considers words as things not signs and so isn t like a writer but at least his largest generalization isn t an insult to human beings the act of writing he argues is an act of freedom addressed to other free humans who happen at present to be in terrible situations of unfreedom The relation between writer and reader can be an ideal image of a world in which people aren t forced to work in jobs they hate or do anything else they hate for that matter I ll take that over the act of writing is the putting into uestion of literature any day The work of art from whichever side you approach it is an act of confidence in the freedom of men And I assume women The writer is addressing both a real public the people who do actually read her and a virtual public the people who could conceivably read her In different historical periods these two audiences will or less match up when the society is one of minimal freedom for most people Sartre s example is the 17th century the virtual audience is or less absent when the society has the potential for greater freedom the virtual audience expands eg modernity But in any case the writer must address her virtual public through her real one Abstract palaver has no place in Sartre s theory He follows this up with a great history of 20th century literature in France which is basically a critiue of surrealism and the communist party it s important to note the latter since everyone including myself up till now seems to think Sartre was a Stalinist and the last chapter is a rousing call for writers to care about what they do
Summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Jean-Paul Sartre
Summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Jean-Paul Sartre Free download Situations II u'est ce ue la littérature ? ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Jean-Paul Sartre ↠ 5 Summary What is Literature remains the most significant critical landmark of F. Single uote Review The world can very well do without literature But it can do without man still better
Summary Situations II u'est ce ue la littérature ?
Summary ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Jean-Paul Sartre Free download Situations II u'est ce ue la littérature ? ë PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Jean-Paul Sartre ↠ 5 Summary S a brilliant provocative performance by a writer inspired than cautio. perfect