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FEL-258056-18
André Gide, Jean-Paul Sartre, Roland Barthes, and the Religion of Literary Modernism
Clementine Faure-Bellaiche, Brandeis University

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"“Like a weed on the compost of catholicity….” – Jean-Paul Sartre’s Self-Division and France’s Religious Divide." (Article)
Title: "“Like a weed on the compost of catholicity….” – Jean-Paul Sartre’s Self-Division and France’s Religious Divide."
Author: Clémentine Fauré
Abstract: The article is a rereading of Sartre's autobiography, The Words, through the lens of France's long-lasting quarrel between Protestantism and Catholicism. Sartre, raised both as a Catholic and a Protestant, places this religious schism at the crux of his text, and at the center of his writer's posture. It shows that the dialectics between the individual and the community, solitude and communion, and pride and humility — between, in short, "protestanticity" and "catholicity" — which informs The Words and is crucial to Sartre's work, is in fact superimposed onto the religious divide.
Year: 2019
Format: Journal
Publisher: Yale French Studies, volumes 135 & 136.

Sartre in Quarantine (Film/TV/Video Broadcast or Recording)
Title: Sartre in Quarantine
Writer: François Noudelmann
Director: François Noudelmann
Producer: Maison Française at NYU
Abstract: A conversation about Sartre with Denis Hollier and François Noudelmann at the Maison Française at NYU.
Year: 2020
Access Model: available on Youtube
Format: Web


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