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La Nausee Jean-Paul Sartre 1950 Novel Philosophy Signed Copy Nausea
Paris: Gallimard, 1950. Condition: Like New. Please view item description for details. La Nausee Jean-Paul Sartre 1950 Novel Philosophy Signed Copy Nausea La Nausee Jean-Paul Sartre 1950 Novel Philosophy Signed Copy Nausea La Nausee (Nausea) - In the French language. Collector's edition (Purple edition). *** Copy of La Nausee, one of the most famous works by Jean-Paul Sartre. Sartre was one of, if not the most influential among existentialist philosophers. From a bibliophile point of view, this book might as well have an inestimable value because of its dedication. This book is signed by the author and dedicated to Olga (Kozakiewicz / Ольга Козакевич). This not only confirms Sartre's relationship with the ten years younger Ukrainian but it also makes this book unique. The full dedication reads, as shown on scans "A Olga, en trés amical hommage, JP Sartre". Olga Kozakiewicz Olga Kozakiewicz was a student of Simone de Beauvoir who joined the circle of de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre in 1935 when she was only 19. She and her sister Wanda had close connections with French existentialists at the time. Sartre wrote that Wanda was one of the reasons that his friendship with Albert Camus went sour. The Kyiv-born Olga, along with Bianca Lamblin and Natalie Sorokin, later stated that their "trio" relationships with Sartre and de Beauvoir damaged them psychologically. The character of Ivich from one of Sartre's trilogy is actually a representation of Olga Kozakiewicz. You can learn more on the topic here The philosopher didn't sign many books until the '60 when he was at the peak of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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