Date of Award
Master of Arts
Jean-Paul Sartre has altered his outlook on life and his intellectual involvement in society several times during the last forty-five years, and further changes are certainly possible. Nevertheless, through his pro-communist stance during the years of French Occupation, his denouncement of the Communists after the 1956 Hungarian revolt, and his more recent position of anti-intellectualism, Sartre has endeavored to define how a man can achieve freedom and hope.
Preston, Philip Lewis, "Images of despair and hope in three plays by Jean-Paul Sartre" (1975). Master's Theses. 907.