Series: Situations

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Un théâtre de situations by Jean-Paul Sartre
Situations I {Critiques littéraires} by Jean-Paul Sartre1
What is Literature? by Jean-Paul Sartre2
The Aftermath of War by Jean-Paul Sartre3
Situations IV {Portraits and Perspectives} by Jean-Paul Sartre4
Colonialism and Neocolonialism by Jean-Paul Sartre5
Situations, tome 6 by Jean-Paul Sartre6
Situations, VII : problèmes du marxisme, 2 by Sartre J.-P.7
Situations VIII. Alrededor del 68 by Jean-Paul Sartre8
Situations, IX : mélanges by Jean-Paul Sartre9
Life/Situations: Essays Written and Spoken by Jean-Paul Sartre10
Revolutie en literatuur : een keuze uit Situations 1938-1976 by Jean-Paul SartreSelections, 1-10
Situations philosophiques by Jean-Paul Sartreincludes selections

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