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By Huda (Egypt) · ★★★★★ · March 27, 2013
برغم الترجمة السيئة إلا أنه من أفضل ما قرأت لسارتر
لو أستطيع لجعلت كل عبارة إقتباساً وملأت بها الجودريدز
مذهل ...more
By Erik (Chicago, IL) · ★★★☆☆ · September 26, 2012
Until this book and except for some of his political writings I've never much liked Sartre. The first exposure to him was in high school through three of his dramas. Read quickly and never seen performed, I wasn't impressed. The second was Nausea, an early novel also read in high school--I couldn... ...more
By Kareman (Egypt) · ★★☆☆☆ · June 20, 2013
اخيرا خلصتها ... مملة ولم تعجبني
هي عن حياة سارتر ويتكلم بالتفصيل الدقيق عن فترة طفولته وذكرياته مع امه وجده لامه لوفاه والده وهو صغير السن ...
كان شبه منافق ومحتال صغير وساعده جده علي ذلك كان يري انه هبه للجميع وعليهم ان يعاملوه بافضل ما يكون , تعلم القراءة وحُب القصص من جده , عاش داخل كل قصة كا... ...more
By Jeremy (The United States) · ★★★★★ · October 20, 2009
This shit is pretty good. Sartre is smart. What more can i say? This is about his childhood. i dont know how he remembers so much shit. maybe he is a robot? maybe i am a robot? the key here: sartre is an awesome writer. Thats enough. ...more
By Elham · ★★★★★ · August 16, 2013
کلمات ، خودسرگذشت نامه ایست که سارتر در 59 سالگی، در شروع کهنسالی، در مورد ده سال آغازین زندگی خود نوشته است. در واقع سارتر با بازپردازی کودکی خود به تحلیل شخصیتی خود می پردازد.


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مرگ ژان باتیست بزرگترین رو... ...more
By Kevin (Cleveland, TN) · ★☆☆☆☆ · December 14, 2014
I don't remember where I read about this book and why whatever I read motivated me to read it, but I wish that person some small sort of suffering now that I have finished. I spent much of this book wondering if Sartre's life was boring or if it was simply his writing. I think I have concluded th... ...more
By Chris (Ballwin, MO) · ★★★★☆ · June 18, 2014
This book is an awesome display of the deeply literary and ‘religious’—religious in the sense of considering all the world and one’s self to be profoundly significant and purposive in every part— nature of Sartre. It explains so much about him. The title, The Words, refers to the way he attached... ...more
By Κατερίνα (Athens, 35, Greece) · ★★★★★ · February 27, 2013
«Ήθελα να είναι ένας αποχαιρετισμός στη λογοτεχνία και την ωραία λογοτεχνική γραφή. Ήθελα οι άνθρωποι που θα το διαβάσουν να βρεθούν παρασυρμένοι σε ένα είδος αμφισβήτησης της λογοτεχνίας από την ίδια την λογοτεχνία». Αυτά μας λέει ο Σαρτρ στη συνέντευξη που παρατίθεται στο επίμετρο του βιβλίου.... ...more
By Ensiform (Dallas, TX) · ★★★★☆ · July 31, 2011
In terms of its style and craft of writing, this autobiography may well be unequaled. The prose is perfect, beautiful and brilliant. The depth of thought in the self-analysis, the clarity of the examination and the honesty, is also brilliant. A lot of the references to Sartre’s childhood reading... ...more
By Rubi (Ávila (Spain), Spain) · ★★★★☆ · March 21, 2012
Un libro para conocer la infancia de Jean-Paul Sartre: cómo era su familia, su relación con su mamá-niña, su época, su amor por los libros y cómo eso le condujo a escribir... Y por supuesto que muchas cosas más, entre las cuáles destacan unas profundas reflexiones.¿Cómo no? Debe ser tan difícil e... ...more