They can regard Sartrea#39;s new effort at understanding only with annoyance, poking fun at his task (Caute: aquot;Try this for size: a#39;What can one know of woman today? ... Still, it is a terrible book, the kind of book that makes you want to throw it down and shout: aquot;Wona#39;t he ever shut up? ... The overwhelming majority of book- length writings fall between two and four hundred pages, with decreasing numbers in eachanbsp;...
|Title||:||Critical Essays on Jean-Paul Sartre|
|Publisher||:||Boston, Mass. : G.K. Hall & Company - 1988|