- Title Pages
- Foreword to the Beauvoir Series
- Four Days in Madrid
- Portugal Under the Salazar Regime
- Poetry and Truth of the Far West
- Must we burn sade?
- Right-Wing Thought Today
- Merleau-Ponty and Pseudo-Sartreanism
- Preface to <i>Djamila Boupacha</i>
- In France Today, Killing Goes Unpunished
- Preface to <i>Treblinka</i>
- Syria and its Prisoners
- Solidarity with Israel
- Preface to <i>Shoah</i>
- A Walk Through the Land of Old Age
- Production Credits
- (p.11) Introduction
- Political Writings
- University of Illinois Press
These reports from Spain, Portugal, and the United States from 1945 to 1947 reflect a change in Simone de Beauvoir’s view of her own role as a writer and intellectual in relation to politics. Beauvoir often described herself up to the 1930s as an apolitical, idealistic Kantian, a solitary individual content to exercise her own petty bourgeois freedom as a teacher and writer and eager to take her place among the great writers of her culture. For example, Françoise and Pierre in Beauvoir’s ...
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