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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I wrote a 5 page essay on it in highschool why I thought this. I still hold the same opinion. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. No Exit, in all honesty, was an exasperating read. It starts off with the main character, Garcin, entering hell, or a room of hell. After reading the first page, it is obvious that Garcin is exceedingly passive, unable to do or change anything about his life on earth or in hell because of it.
The second character to enter the room is Ines, a lesbian sattre who is interestingly honest. I could only wonder if it was in her nature, which it seems to be, or to conveniently ruin any possibility of a r No Exit, in all honesty, was an exasperating read.
Überzeugende Premiere von Jean-Paul Sartre’s “Geschlossene Gesellschaft” im Kellertheater Hamburg
I could only wonder if it was in her nature, which it seems to be, or to conveniently ruin any possibility of a relationship forming between Garcin, and the third and final person to enter the room-Estelle. Estelle is quite vain, but what else could be expected of a high society woman? The complements are archaic, for example, telling Estelle that she is a crystal or a river, or something to that effect, which all in all, is somewhat creative even though she just copies Peter, a boy who loved Estellebut cringe worthy nonetheless.
In the end, Estelle tries to stab Ines for ruining her chances of having a relationship with Garcin and Ines also starts stabbing herself, laughing at the futility of it all. All in all, this book was basically Romeo and Juliet, with the characters on steroids. It had the love triangle, the suicide, but lacked the romance that housewives seem to enjoy and had heaps of the passivity that in all honesty, would annoy a reader enough to make them put the book down.
The three believe they have been placed together because it was an accident, but they were put together on purpose. The three annoy each other and refuse to tell each other their sins. Eventually they trust each other more, and tell their stories. A theme in this story is acceptance through others actions.
At first, all three of them hated each other, couldn’t stand being in the same room, and they wouldn’t admit what they did wrong, thinking that this was just a mistake.
Although as time passed in the plain room, they understood each other, fought, and finally admitted that they committed sins. I did not like this play, it was boring and it didn’t seem like there was anything going on. I don’t recommend this story, it’s short, but not sweet. It seems if there is no plot, and no ending.
This book was not worth reading. The is my first play by Sartre and the last book to read in ! Even though Sartre’s ideas of Hell is truly original, I do think I need to read up more about Sartre’s existentialism theories to fully appreciate this text. I think it makes some intellectual points, but fails to capture any sort of life or spirit.
I gained nothing at all from reading ‘No Exit’. This book is verry crazy! Sartres oppinion of “hell” is so different to evereything you’d imagine. Don’t know what to think about it. It was no book i would have read on my own Winifred Ezell rated it did not like it Nov 16, Mark rated it did not like it Jul 31, Marty rated it did not like it Sep 20, Sarina rated it did not like it Feb 27, Maye rated it did not like it Oct 16, Elizabeth rated it did not like it Dec 10, Rumbidzai Maweni rated it did not like it Jul 13, Rana Khaled rated it did not like it Aug 03, Franchesca Guzzi rated it did not like it Nov 16, Bb rated it did not like it Feb 27, Emma rated it did not like it Mar 03, Menna rated it did not like it Feb 11, Cedric rated it did not like it Nov 09, Josh rated it did not like it Feb 13, Elizabeth rated it did not like it Feb 01, Play rated it did not like it Dec 18, Linda rated it did not like it Jan 10, Isabella Heshmatpour rated it did not like it Jun 08, Savannah rated it did not like it Jul 31, Courteney rated it did not like it Mar 25, Fredric Asbury rated it did not like it Sep 19, Pat Hankin rated it did not like it Jan 18, Oh, the humanity 4 34 Sep 15, Jean-Paul Charles Aymard Sartrenormally known simply as Jean-Paul Sartre, was a French existentialist philosopher and pioneer, dramatist and screenwriter, novelist and critic.
He was a leading figure in 20th century French philosophy. He declined the award of the Nobel Prize in Literature “for his work which, rich in ideas and filled with the spirit of freedom and the quest for truth, has ex Jean-Paul Charles Aymard Sartrenormally known simply as Jean-Paul Sartre, was a French existentialist philosopher and pioneer, dramatist and screenwriter, novelist and critic. He declined the award of the Nobel Prize in Literature “for his work which, rich in ideas and filled with the spirit of freedom and the quest for truth, has exerted a far-reaching influence on our age.
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