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Jean Paul Sartre (filosofo) ::: "The best work is not what is most difficult for…

Jean-Paul Sartre +Simone de Beauvoir met in 1929 when they were philosophy students. They shared an open relationship for much of their adult lives, acting as lovers + editors for each other's greatest works. These included Sartre's existentialist novels + plays + de Beauvoir's feminist treatises, most notably "The Second Sex." As Sartre described the relationship, "What we have is an essential love; but it is a good idea for us also to experience contingent love affairs."

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Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir met in 1929 when they were philosophy students. They shared an open relationship for much of their adult lives, acting as lovers and editors for each other's greatest works.

Jean Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and Saul Steinberg at Sartre's Home in Paris Premium-Fotodruck von Gjon Mili - AllPosters.at

Avec Saul Steinberg et Sartre, chez lui en 1946 - Gjon Mili pour " Life magazine"

Simone de Beauvoir, New York, 1957. Photo by Irving Penn.

Irving Penn Simone de Beauvoir, Paris 1957 “She would never change, but one day at the touch of a fingertip she would fall to dust.” Simone de Beauvoir, “The Mandarins" 1954

Sartre being sketched by Steinberg

tartanspartan: “ migue-e: “ velveteenrabbit:fyexistentialism: “ “ Playwright Jean-Paul Sartre (L) at his desk as artist Saul Steinberg sketches at Sartre’s home in Paris.

Short drink time with Jean-Paul Sartre, Boris Vian and Simone de Beauvoir by Georges Dudognon, 1949

Georges Dudognon, Jean-Paul Sartre, Boris Vian and Simone de Beauvoir in the…

Simone de Beauvoir, Nelson Algren and Olga Kosakiewicz, 1949. Both were Simone’s lovers, not at the same time.

Simone de Beauvoir, Nelson Algren and Olga Kosakiewicz, Both were Simone’s lovers, not at the same time.

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