1939 gad vi a rakst ja v sture sagr ba mani un vairs nepalaida va. Perhaps one of the best biographies of this iconic couple and their circle as well as the turbulent times in which they lived It explodes many of the myths about Sartre and gives a somewhat disturbing picture of the reality in terms of his political naivety in regard to Russia, his false claims of being active in the Resistance and his mistreatment of women, including Beauvoir Beauvoir doesn t come out looking much better though Hard to believe this legendary feminist author of the groundbreaking Second Sex behaved as she did towards young women and acted as a procuress for Sartre, whose blatant mysogyny she apparently turned a blind eye to for most of their lives. 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I found this book to be author conjecture and guesswork than an actual biography Got about half way through before I gave up Disapointing that a book about two such fascinating people could be so dull. Although I have always enjoyed reading their literary and philosophical writings I even admire some I have never admired the characters of Sartre and de Beauvoir This biography is, indeed, revelatory, and it will not win over any new fans for this controversial couple It may be best to learn to appreciate Sartre and de Beauvoir first through their work before delving into their often hypocritical, sordid, and sad lives. Wow, this book has an amazing amount of detail and historical information I can only imagine how long and hard the author worked to put it together Truely an incredible book Must read for anyone interested in existentialism or Simone s brand of feminism. Fantastiski, izcili, aizraujo i utt Br ni ga, rpr t ga gr mata, iesaku oti. Though the book started off a bit slow for me, once the lives of Simone de Beauvoir and Jean Paul Sartre became intertwined at the time of their introduction in 1929 when both were students at the cole Normale Sup rieure , I could hardly tear myself away I set myself to reading 2 chapters a day.I was surprised to discover how apolitical the 2 were during the 1930s Both were then firmly set on establishing careers for themselves and having sexual relationships with impressionable young women Many of these women like the Kosackiewicz sisters, Natalie Sorokine, and Bianca Lamblin nee Bienenfeld a Jew whom both de Beauvoir and Sartre abandoned as the Germans tightened their grip on France in the late spring of 1940 De Beauvoir later felt guilty for how shabbily she and Sartre had treated Lamblin and after the war, she and Lamblin would take annual trips together Lamblin, Seymour Jones reveals, wrote her own memoirs in which she spoke fully of her betrayal and the nervous breakdown she suffered after having fought with the Maquis in the Vercours against the Germans Sartre and de Beauvoir to some extent greatly understated their Resistance activity during the Second World War In truth, both felt that the German occupation was likely to last 20 years and, like most French, largely accomodated themselves to Hitler s New Order in France In contrast to Albert Camus, a mutual friend, Sartre and de Beauvoir played almost no part in the Resistance Sartre shortly before the war had begun to make a name for himself as a writer and existentialist thinker through his first successful book, La Nausee For de Beauvoir, the war helped her to find her voice as a writer In the postwar world, both became politically active and in the 1950s and 1960s, dupes of the Soviet Union Eventually, both became disillusioned with the USSR De Beauvoir became deeply engaged in feminist causes during the latter stages of her life It was part of a calling that de Beauvoir had felt all her life and first cristallized in her famous book, The Second Sex , in 1949 I invite any reader with an interest in the lives of Simone de Beauvoir and Jean Paul Sartre to read this book It is indeed REVELATORY and shows the uniqueness of their 50 year special relationship as well as their strengths, shortcomings and all too human frailties. oti ilgi las ju o gr matu apm ram pusgadu, ta u ne jau t p c, ka nepatiktu Pirmk rt, gr matai ir p ri 500 lpp, un, otrk rt, t ir biogr fija, nevis fiction S kums ier va, p c tam bija da as las anas kr z tes, kuras veiksm gi p rvar ju Gr mata v sta ne tikai par Bovu ras un Sartra paktu par br vo laul bu tas ir, esam kop , bet br vi iesaist ties attiec b s ar citiem , bet ar par vi u rakst anas un kara pieredzi, domubiedriem, politiskaj m nost j m utt Deta m un ar v stures, un filozofijas bag ta gr mata, kura sniedz ieskatu divu slavenu rakstnieku dz v , vi u probl m s, kompleksos, attiec b s utt Kopum man oti patika Mazliet trauc ja gr matas apjoms, ta u par sp ti tam nebija mirk a, kad ien ktu pr t doma to atst t l dz galam neizlas tu.
Carole Seymour Jones was born in North Wales.Educated at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, and Sussex University, she became the acclaimed biographer of Beatrice Webb, Simone de Beauvoir and Vivienne Eliot, while her most recent book examined the life of Anglo French SOE agent Pearl Witherington She cited fellow biographers Richard Holmes and Hermione Lee, plus historian Antony Beevor, among her influe
- 320 pages
- A Dangerous Liaison
- Carole Seymour-Jones
- 09 August 2019 Carole Seymour-Jones