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The Mangrove Tree uEctures at least where Albert Camus and Jean Paul Sartre are concerned De Beauvoir is considerably less coy than they were in their novels about making her fiction primarily a way of illustrating existentialist philosophyFor example this scene in which H l ne ponders with her lover theestion why do we live When I was small I believed in God and it was wonderful at every moment of the day something was reuired of me then it seemed to me that I must exist It was an absolute necessity I smiled sympathetically at her I think that where you go wrong is that you imagine that your reasons for living ought to fall on you ready made from heaven whereas we have to find them for ourselves But when we know that we ve found them ourselves we can t believe in them It s only a way of deceiving ourselves Why You don t find them just like that out of thin air We discover them through the strength of a love or a desire and then what we have found rises before s solid and real or this argument People are free I said but only so far as they themselves are concerned
We Can Neither can neither touch nor on them sing their liberty That is what I find so painful the intrinsic worth of an individual exists only for him not for me I can only get as far as his outward actions and to him I am nothing than an outer appearance an absurd set of premises premises that I do not even choose to be Then don t get excited said Marcel if you don t even make the choice why punish yourself I don t choose to exist but I am An absurdity that is responsible for itself that s exactly what I am Well there must be something But there might be something else or this steamy existentialist love scene I need you because I love you I saidYou were in my arms and my heart was heavy on account of those cowardly festive echoes and because I was lying to you Crushed by all those things which existed in spite of me and from which I was separated only by my own anguish There is nothing left Nobody on that bed before me lies a gaping void And the anguish comes into its own alone in the void beyond
The Vanished Things I vanished things I alone I am that anguish which exists alone in spite of me I am merged with that blind existence In spite of me and yet issuing only from myself Refuse to exist I exist Decide to exist I exist Refuse Decide I exist There will be a dawnSo yeah it gets a little heavy handed at times But sometimes a lay it on thick melodrama is the best way of getting a philosophy acrossThe major theme seems to be about the sueamishness conscientious people have about making choices that involve the sorts of risks to other people that would make them feel guilty if their choices turn out to have bad conseuences One bad faith way of dealing with this is to remain passive and to pretend that by not making a particular choice you are not making any choice at all and therefore are not responsible for the conseuences of your decision Another way is to attach yourself to an organization or ideology that makes your decisions for you But neither of these things really works th. ê forçado a optar entre o engajamento social e o dever pessoal Seguindo o pensamento existencialista a autora. .
E decisions and their conseuences are still yours and you would have been better off just admitting this from the get go and acting accordingly Loosely based on Simone de Beauvoir s own experiences during the German invasion and occupation of France in World War II According to Wikipedia Simone herself thought the book had somewhat thin characterisation and suffered from an overly didactic approach Partly wish I d read this statement prior to reading this novel as I had a hard time connecting with the charactersThe story also suffers
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people and our personal responsibility for the conseuences to a focus on theand our personal responsibility for the conseuences to a focus on the between Helene and Jean Blomart A thought provoking worthwhile read though with a particularly evocative section on living in Occupied France and the nascent french resistance Recommended Ultimately a satisfying story although the disjointed narrative techniue gets some getting Understanding Yandere Lovers used to At first you it feels like you missed a page or a paragraph also it may sound strange but every sentence matters and you need to read with care An austere butltimately satisfying novel as we follow the tormented lives of young left wing intellectuals exploring existential estions of why am I here or what is my purpose against the backdrop of fascist atrocities in Europe and the occupation in France Central to the plot is the love affair between Jean and Helene told in in flashback as Helene lies dying from a gunshot wound Pacifists by nature we follow them as they mature and come to realise that to win freedom you must spill the blood of others Written during the German occupation there is an authenticity at the core of the story The Blood of Others is a startlingly evocative demonstration of the struggles of France leading into the Nazi invasion and armistice It delves deeply into the problems with class political power and philosophical disassociation of the time while also managing to paint a heartrending but hopeful image of love Simone de Beauvoir digs so deep into the psychology of her characters that at times it feels indecent At times the characters act irrationally even despicably at a few moments in search of an end which is not always noble Yet the reader can t be angry at them because the reader nderstands that it was the only thing they could doToo often books which take place in this setting are written by Americans who have no relationship to the culture and the history that caused the attrocities Books far too often focus on the travesty without addressing the actual psychological state of the country at the time or nderstanding the role of communist thought in resisting fascism This book offers an extreme level of insight into what all of it actually meant for France aside from all the other stunning aspects of this book it s historical insight alone is enough to convince me that this book should be reuired reading for anyone attempting to nderstand the tensions in Europe of WWII. Procura analisar a maldição original e constitui para cada indivíduo sua coexistência com todos os outros.
read & download Le Sang des autresThe Blood of Others is a long contemplation of the subjective experiences of a few French intellectuals caught p in the moral vagaries of World War II
Occupied France This Novel IsnFrance This novel isn particularly notable for its plot per se a bourgeois man cum revolutionary holds love at arm s length for the sake of his political cause and supra important principles Leaders Eat Last until he finds himself at the woman s deathbed as she is dying a hero s death As this is de Beauvoir the lens through which the plot and its prosenfold is an existentialist one the ethical dilemmas that arise at crossroads of identity integrity and class are repeatedly cast against the brute reality of singular subjectivity and the imminence and permanence of deathThe novel seems La muralla verde unable to resolve the issue of whether sacrificing our life moment for our ideals and principles is worthwhile but perhaps that s not the point We are cursed with freedom to choose and at the end of the day given that the end result is often hidden froms there is no right choice for The New Competition ultimately we are left with the one reality that is certain our own limited existence Unfortunately in my mind the novel s ruminations are woefully off center from the larger moral legacy of World War II in light of thenfathomable horror of the Holocaust and its Domestic Slavery Considered as a Scriptural Institution by Francis Wayland and Richard Fuller upending of all known moral certainties this existentialist argument seems somewhat decadent and even Pollyanna ishAll the same it was a thoroughly enjoyable engaging read Nothing is happening I have just read this incrediblynusually for me for the third time Usually only Shakespeare Jane Austen and a few others have that honour from me The disjointed style is challanging but I can see that de Beauvoir s beleif in existentionalism shape it Sometimes a character is seen from inside and sometimes from the outside Jean Blomart is sometimes I and sometimes he Events which took place earlier or will take place later in the text intrude in the form of flashbacks This is a book that cannot be read once only every sentence needs its own book of analysisIt was just mind blowing I want to read this book again I felt like I was in wartime france with these characters Excellent writing Hard to put down Simone is brilliant I love the way she writes it s so
Poetical You Find So Manyyou find so many sentences while reading her books At the beginning I thought I was not going to fancy the plot so much it seemed just chitty chat about the complications of entangled love lives but as it moves further you nderstand the context all of this was written on WWII the occupation of France by the nazis and the revolutionary communism and it makes it all so freaking interestingIt s amazing to see how Helene s character grows and grows throughout the novel and how she starts to recognize that her life can be of such value to help a cause and I loved the tragedy of it all I ve lately been reading Simone de Beauvoir s novel The Blood of Others In general I seem to be able to get a better feel for French existentialists from their fiction than their essays and Segundo romance de Simone de Beauvoir O sangue dos outros narra o conflito de m membro da Resistência Children of the New World ue se