After his father's early death Jean-Paul Sartre was brought up at his grandfather's home in a world even then eighty years out of date. In "Words" he recalls his illusion-ridden childhood, lived within the confines of French provincialism in the years before the First World War, and considers its effects on his work.
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Review: The WordsUser Review - Kyle - Goodreads
An interesting piece for those familiar with Sartre's works. Words is gentle, humorous, self-deprecating, and slightly boring. Read full review
Review: The WordsUser Review - Andrew Olsen - Goodreads
Like Nausea, The Words gives life to it's title from the playful beginning, to the end, Jean-Paul Sartre wrote himself as a story book character in his own life. Because the beginning of his life was ... Read full review